Jeff Fink and Jon Halpern discuss equal rights within the household and child autonomy.
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Credits: Setting Limits and Boundaries
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In this entertaining and informative video, veteran educators Jon Halpern and Jeff Fink emphasize the importance of setting limits for children and learning how to say "no." They present ideas for setting family rules and expectations, teach techniques for staying firm when children try to negotiate, and offer methods for setting appropriate consequences when rules are broken.
Length: 24 minutes
Copyright date: ©2003
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