Teaching Preschoolers Anger Control

Ziwica, Kristine
April 2000
Parenting;Apr2000, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p21
Deals with the prevention of shootings at schools originating from teen violence starting in preschool. Special programs on anger management for preschoolers; Aim of the programs; How children can express their feelings.


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