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“There’s been a lot of resistance from a lot of school districts to even considering it.”
Reading about other kids, dinos and llamas who experience the same feelings can help them understand and overcome their fears.
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“As you help your child imagine what they might become, help them to connect what they’re learning in school to that greater future vision for themselves.”
“We’re trying to attract a different group of individuals to manufacturing."
Read these winning stories with your kids as a jumping point for their own storytelling. Warning: Giggling – and big ideas – may occur.