Tiger's Fall

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Language: English

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Three levels of reproducible worksheets plus picture pages for non-readers prepare students for actual community outings. Repeatedly switch back and forth between the two positions. Most parents genuinely want to see their child do well. Ask them to think about how well they have been using the social skill. This is a courageous act and is the quickest and easiest way to correct a social blunder. Therefore, they can easily find it and retrieve papers. 3. Teaching Social Skills To Kids Who Don’t Yet Have Them. [http://www.behavioradvisor.com/SocialSkills.html].

Pages: 110

Publisher: San Val (March 2003)

ISBN: 0613650980

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