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15+ Make Time To Listen, Take Time To Talk...About Bullying: Conversation Starter Cards

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This activity book encourages parents and caregivers to spend at least 15 minutes a day listening to and talking with their child or children to prevent youth violence. It provides interactive questions to start conversations with children about bullying and bullying prevention.

Publication ID
SMA08-4321
Publication Date
August 2008

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