What To Do When Kids WHINE

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In this packed episode we discuss what kids are learning when they fidget, climb or hang upside.

What To Do When Kids WHINE!

Plus how to tell if your child is taking part in the 24-Hour Fort challenge.

We chat about The Snowflake Generation and how to build resilience in our children.

 Gill ConnellSue In Conversation With …. Gill Connell an international expert and author  from New Zealand on what kids are learning when they fidget, climb or hang upside down episode 29

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