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Playground Rules


Launch a what-would-you-do activity that uses simple text and animated cartoons to teach basic social skills, such as sharing, not littering, inclusion, and respect for other people's feelings and property.

Learning Federation/Curriculum Corporation, funded by the governments of Australia

• Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• Elementary School

Jody Pelzel

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