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Discussion Guide: Your Voice is Your Superpower

Teaching young children about their freedom of speech is crucial to develop their appreciation for diverse viewpoints and their ability to engage in open inquiry. Introducing children to these concepts early in their education and allowing them to practice sharing their opinions, as well as listening to the opinions of others, will prepare them for civil discourse inside and outside of the classroom and civic participation as adults.

This book and discussion guide introduce young children to viewpoint diversity and free speech.

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