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Using Books to Encourage Positive Behavior

ChildrenPlaying.jpgDealing with young children's challenging behaviors by starting with books encourages children to behave appropriately! Explore books and activities that can be used to help redirect children's behavior and address topics such as anger, sharing, and friendship.

This is a free continuing education class for child care providers, worth 1.5 credit hours. Registration required. Adults only; no children, no exceptions.

You can register online, or by calling (414)286-3011. Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your spot today!

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