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Be Thankful and Show Gratitude

Part of our Counselor’s Corner series. Click to read other posts in the Counselor’s Corner. It can be difficult with the hustle and bustle of the holidays to pause for a moment and reflect on the people and things for … Continue reading

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Counselor’s Corner: The Meaning of Giving and Ways to Give to Students and Teachers

Give. The word give is a verb that means “to freely transfer the possession of something to someone.” This definition is a simple one for such a complex and powerful concept. There are many things we can give and receive … Continue reading

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To Tech (Gift) or Not to Tech

’Tis the season for tech gifts—or is it? Anyone thinking of buying a new gadget or game for a child should weigh the pros and cons of high-tech gifts. Consider the child’s age, interests, and abilities. The family’s routines and … Continue reading

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Giving the Gift of Picture Books

By Nancy Carlson, author and illustrator of This Morning Sam Went to Mars This year my holiday book giving is going to be fun! I have a new granddaughter named Charlotte who is 18 months old, and her two favorite … Continue reading

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Holiday Book Recommendations from Free Spirits (Part 2)

Winter holidays are a fantastic time to spread joy and love—and Free Spirit authors and employees recommend you do it with books! Here are some more book recommendations we believe will bring good cheer to the kids on your gift … Continue reading

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