Teach kids not to jump to conclusions

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Teach kids not to jump to conclusions

by Michael Grose
Many children jump to conclusions when an unpleasant situation occurs, thinking and acting impulsively rather than thinking rationally before reacting. (This is not just the domain of kids, by the way!) While these snap judgements may be justified, in reality …
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Teach kids not to jump to conclusions

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Teach kids not to jump to conclusions

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