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Kidlutions Spring/Summer Feelings Activity Combo Pack



They're Here!

We are so excited to unveil our Spring/Summer Line-up!  Included in this "hot off the press" combo pack is A Bouquet of Positive Thoughts and Seeds of Kindness.  These two powerhouses are designed for kids old enough to read and write.  Positive thinking and kindness are crucial social-emotional development skills we can teach to kids.  They don't come naturally, but all kids are capable of it. And you can get them


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for BOTH!
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on 3/22/17
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A Bouquet of Positive Thoughts 

Here's a sneak peak at what lies inside.  Therapeutic grade activities suitable for use at home, in counseling, therapy, for scouting, youth groups, summer camp, classrooms and MORE!


Seeds of Kindness

Here's a quick glimpse of all the goodness that awaits in Seeds of Kindness.  Start a Kindness Campaign in your classroom, home, group or summer camp!  This has EVERYTHING you need!  


Get both here for just $20.00
On SALE Now for $12.00
for BOTH!
Ends at 10pm EDT
on 3/22/17
(Instant download. No physical product will be shipped.)

Add to Cart


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