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Back Talk – Hear It Less

As children grow and mature, they begin to question their parents more often.  Sometimes this can result in sassy back talk.  I think everyone can agree that sassiness does not make for pleasant listening.  Nor does it facilitate productive conflict resolution.  How can back talk be replaced with respect and good will?  Try some of these suggestions:

How to Stop Back Talk in Children and Teens | eHow.com

What ideas do you have?

Knock First Please

Tips for reducing back talk.

Better Behaved Children

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Play A Game – Fairy Tale Chain

Play a chain game that connects familiar fairy tales (nursery rhymes and favorite picture books can also be included).  The first player starts by naming a fairy tale.

  • Little Red Riding Hood

The second player names another fairy tale that relates to the one first named in some way or another.

  • The Three Little Pigs (both have wolves)

The third player continues the chain.

  • Hansel and Gretel (houses were damaged in this tale and in The Three Little Pigs)

Your chain links can be as creative as you are!  Have fun!

Gingerbread House

Many Fairy Tales had witches.

Twisted Fairy Tales

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