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Yanique Chambers
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One time school social worker turned stay at home mom and loving it!
One time school social worker turned stay at home mom and loving it!

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Family Reflection Questions

How did your family make out in 2015?  Here are some questions you can ask to get your family talking!
1. What was an important lesson you learned from your family this year?
2. What did your family accomplish this year that you are most proud of?
3. What was the biggest disappointment for your family this year?
4. What do you wish you had done more of as a family this past year?
5. What are you most grateful for this past year?
READ ARTICLE FOR MORE GREAT QUESTIONS!

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Work with rude, disrespectful, and defiant kids? These behavior management strategies can help

#behaviormanagement #classroommanagement

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Great post on behavior management strategies for rude, disrespectful and defiant children #behaviormanagement #classroom management

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Yanique Chambers commented on a post on Blogger.
I never knew they made organic tampons! That is good to know. Especially since their competitors don't have to disclose what's in their products! What's that about? Makes you wonder what's in it!

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Yanique Chambers commented on a post on Blogger.
So sorry for your loss. I can't even begin to understand the pain and suffering of anyone who has lost a child. This is a wonderful gesture to show support.

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Yanique Chambers commented on a post on Blogger.
The fact that tampon manufacturers don't have to disclose ingredients scare me a little bit. Makes me wonder what's in it. I didn’t know they made organic tampons. I'll have to read up on Cora

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When children come into the world, they are immediately  bombarded with stereotypes and biases about gender roles.  Society, the media, and parents all play a role in conveying to children what it means to be a boy and what it means to be a girl. For…
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