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You’ve Got to Be Kidding: A Game for Kids and Grown-ups

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Arthur from PBS Kids helps children with decision-making skills. Read each scenario that is presented, select a possible solution and see if it was the correct decision. The game offers reasons why it is a good decision, or if isn’t, why not. Each correct decision means another step up into the tree house, the ultimate goal of this game. The scenarios are ones that children will encounter often, so it offers a great opportunity for parents and teachers to engage in conversation about possible outcomes.

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