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  • What Should I Do if My Family Fights? for Kids

    ... When You Fight With a Brother or Sister. Is your little sister always taking
    your stuff? Is your big brother always picking on you? ...

  • Preparing Your Child for a New Sibling for Parents

    ... Depending on their age, a big brother or sister may want to entertain the baby
    during a diaper change, help push the carriage, talk to the baby, or ...

  • Teacher's Guide: Sports Safety (Grades 3 to 5) for Educators

    ... ski. I'll wear my big brother's ski boots to save money. Page 7. ... ski. I'll wear
    my big brother's ski boots to save money. Page 9. ...

  • Volunteering for Teens

    ... Here are just a few: Help kids learn and grow. Become a Big Brother or Big
    Sister, camp counselor, or volunteer for an after-school sports program. ...

  • Birth of a Second Child for Parents

    ... Reinforce your older child's role in the family, saying that he or she will be
    the "big brother/sister" to the new baby, and help your child enjoy this ...

  • How to Handle Abuse for Kids

    ... Tell someone at school, like a school counselor, school nurse, teacher, or
    coach. Tell a friend's mom or dad, big brother, or big sister. ...

  • Teacher's Guide: Sports Safety (Grades 3 to 5) for Educators

    ... size ski boots. We don't need helmets since we already know how to
    ski. I'll wear my big brother's ski boots to save money.



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