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  • Krissy Brown

    MASKS**to go with the mask quotes, have them put what they hide from the world on the inside and what they let the world see on the outside??*** group counseling idea- buy masks and have kids decorate them and teach them the difference between the inside me and outside me and the face we put on toward others

  • Hannah Joharchi

    Jaimee's group mask idea...

  • Stephanie Valle

    group idea- buy masks and have kids decorate them and teach them the difference between the inside me and outside me and the face we put on toward others

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