There was a girl – let’s call her Sara — who had a safety problem. During lunchtime at her school, some other kids were saying things that felt hurtful. They were using what her teachers and her parents called “bad words.” Different things make it hard for kids to tell adults about problems, but one reason kids don’t tell about hurtful words is that they just don’t know HOW to start the conversation.Please Sign-up to listen or read the transcript of this audio presentation, plus access to 100s more Kidpower resources. (Already a member? Login now.)
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