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Kathleen

I find that role playing helps with these days. I often pretend to want to take a "nap" and the children help me find ways to "feel Better". They can then apply the solution they offer me to themselves.

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I agree. This technique also works with academic skills. I have found that even children who do not always like to join in certain activities become motivated when they have to "correct" or "help out" the teacher.

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