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Out on a Limb: A Guide to Getting Along

Today is International Day of Peace. Celebrate Peace Day with this colorful and engaging presentation which teaches students about the choices they have in resolving conflict. By examining three options in a variety of scenes, students learn both how and
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Today is International Day of Peace. Celebrate Peace Day with this colorful and engaging presentation which teaches students about the choices they have in resolving conflict. By examining three options in a variety of scenes, students learn both how and why to resolve conflicts peacefully.

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