FLIP IT® offers four simple and effective steps to transform challenging behavior in young children. Teachers and parents can help children learn about their feelings and gain self-control by using the mnemonic: Feelings, Limits, Inquiries, Prompts The FLIP IT® book is easy to read and includes opportunities to reflect, practice and get inspired by real life FLIP IT stories shared by the author Rachel Sperry. 88 pages. © 2011
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