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Teaching Kids to Say Thank YouEncourage your children to develop the social skill of writing thank you notes-on paper, sent with a postage stamp, etc. Buy a pack of thank-you cards suitable for children's age/gender and tuck into Christmas stockings...

 

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What Are You Giving for Christmas?Instead of asking children "What do you want for Christmas?" or "What is Santa bringing you for Christmas?" I like to ask them "What are you GIVING for Christmas?'...

 

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Another Snoopy Kid TipI don't know if this would work on all kids, but it has really worked on mine. I flat out and told them where the presents where...

 

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Snoopy Kids and Christmas PresentsIf you have snoopy kids (or husband) who search and find the Christmas presents you've bought, wrap and code them i.e. a number, letter, color or symbol for each family member. Then store the whole lot over at a neighbor's house. You do the same for her!...

 

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Kids Christmas Wish ListsEncourage your kids to make a wish list. Every time they see a toy they want on TV or in a magazine, remind them to add to the wish list. Emphasize that this is a WISH list - not a demand list.

 

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Label Your Children's New ApparelBe sure to label your child's new Christmas apparel like jackets on the inside with indelible marker. With all the kids having new stuff after the holidays, when they start back to school, even they don't know which jacket or boots are theirs.

 

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