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Tongue Twisters for Kids – From Amazon

A tongue twister is a phrase that is supposed to be difficult to articulate properly. Often times they take practice to say correctly. Tongue twisters are good practice for children as they learn to form words, phrases, and vowels. It’s hard to say a tongue twister without a smile on your face. Each tongue twister in this book has it’s own silly illustration. Kids will be entertained with these tongue twisters for hours. Kindle not required to download this product.

Ten Question Often Asked By Children Whose Parents Are In Prison

By Howard Zehr and Lorraine Stutzman Amstutz,
Author of “What Will Happen To Me?”

Children need time to adjust to the separation caused by having a parent in prison. But it takes more than time. As we have heard in their voices, children also need to make sense of what has happened to them and to their parent or parents. Because of this, they have many questions.

Some of the questions they ask are straightforward. But sometimes their questions come out indirectly or in their challenging behavior. Incarcerated parents, as well as caregivers of children or other adults in their lives, often have to answer their uncomfortable questions.

Ten Rules for Talking to Your Children about Grades

Ten Rules for Talking to Your Children about Grades

By Chick Moorman and Thomas Haller 

 My teen came home with a poor report cart. How do I talk to her about it? 

·         I want to praise my son for his recent grades but I don’t want to go overboard. How should I handle it? 

·         What do you say to a child who has a decent report card but you know they could do so much better?