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Second Step Lesson-Fair Ways To Play-Part 1

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Watch as we discuss three fair ways to play: Sharing, Trading, or Taking Turns. We are presented with a problem: a student wants to play with another students' toys. Let us find out who these students are, and how we can solve their problem. Don't forget to watch part two. Thanks for watching!
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