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  • Sherry Green

    Great blog post on natural consequences for kids undesirable actions. This is a good idea as J gets older.

  • Samantha Tuaupiki

    Creative Consequences: Great blog post on natural consequences for kids undesirable actions... These are REALLY good.

  • Dawn Steed

    Great blog post on natural consequences for kids undesirable actions... These are REALLY good. Much easier to explain and teach logical consequences for action!

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