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Relationship Building Skills

Fear of not being good enough, being different, or simply not fitting in - can be a trigger for illness. Build on your coping & life skills. Build self esteem & confidence. Developing rapport with people is a good place to start.

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from Pre-K Pages

Song Sticks: Building Skills in Transitions

Song Sticks: Building Skills in Transitions. A fun and interactive way for using songs in the early childhood classroom to help ease transitions- or any time! Perfect for your preschool kids or classroom. - Pre-K Pages

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There is a very big difference between being bossy and assertive. Being assertive is a very big part of healthy communication and healthy communication is necessarily for building strong relationships and keeping stress at bay. Life is stressful enough with things we cannot control so it is wise to learn to manage well those that we can. Communication is one of them.

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Maths activity of counting beads on a pipe cleaner. Great for developing number and fine motor skills. Laughing Kids Learn

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I Am: Beat Your Bullies with Positivity (+ a printable too!) - oh my! handmade goodness

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from Buzzle

Fun and Engaging Listening Games for Adults

1) 15-20 minutes for activity, 10+ min for discussion 2) contraindications- participants must be willing, verbal, have a level of self-awareness 3)To increase communication skills related to relationships in order to increase client skill in interpersonal relationships necessary for success in work duties

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from Kiddie Matters

Self-Esteem Building Activities for Kids

Valentine's Day is a great time to help kids improve their self-esteem by encouraging them to love themselves. These fun self-esteem activities can help.

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