Today's Tip for Families

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Sometimes, the Right Answer is No

Families strive to give their children everything they need. But everything they want? That's a different story.

Saying yes all the time won't bring forth children's resourcefulness. They won't learn how to do a lot with a little.

When you stick to your rules and say no at appropriate times, you encourage your child to:

Saying no is a part of teaching children not to wait for others to solve problems or take care of tasks they are capable of handling for themselves.

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West Point Consolidated School District

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