Libby Schools, Head Start host parenting workshop

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  • Angela Fraley, a conscious discipline instructor, teaches parents how to focus on showing their children behaviors and actions in order to help young minds learn during a parenting workshop, April at Kootenai Valley Head Start. “Kids think in pictures,” and they will copy what they see their parents do, she said. (Luke Hollister/The Western News)

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    Angela Fraley, a conscious discipline instructor, teaches parents how to focus on showing their children behaviors and actions in order to help their young minds learn, during a parenting workshop, April 30, at the Plummer Center. “Kids think in pictures,” and they will copy what they see their parents do, she said. Libby Public Schools and Kootenai Valley Head Start hosted the workshop. (Luke Hollister/The Western News)

  • Angela Fraley, a conscious discipline instructor, teaches parents how to focus on showing their children behaviors and actions in order to help young minds learn during a parenting workshop, April at Kootenai Valley Head Start. “Kids think in pictures,” and they will copy what they see their parents do, she said. (Luke Hollister/The Western News)

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    Angela Fraley, a conscious discipline instructor, teaches parents how to focus on showing their children behaviors and actions in order to help their young minds learn, during a parenting workshop, April 30, at the Plummer Center. “Kids think in pictures,” and they will copy what they see their parents do, she said. Libby Public Schools and Kootenai Valley Head Start hosted the workshop. (Luke Hollister/The Western News)

Angela Fraley, a conscious discipline instructor, taught parents how to focus on showing their children behaviors and actions in order to help young minds learn, during a parenting workshop, Tuesday at Kootenai Valley Head Start.

“Kids think in pictures,” and they will copy what they see their parents do, she said.

The event was hosted by Libby Public Schools and Kootenai Valley Head Start to help parents with modern parenting skills.

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