Our Family Meeting Book: Fun and Easy Ways to Manage Time, Build Communication, and Share Responsibility Week by Week
Free Spirit Publishing, Incorporated, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 129 pages
Family meetings are proven ways to involve everyone in planning, solving problems, and staying close. Fifty-two agendas invite families to create traditions, resolve issues, set goals, applaud accomplishments, build self-reliance in children, and promote important values. Full of original photographs, eye-catching illustrations, and write-on pages, it's a planning tool that becomes a treasured keepsake.
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