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Cyber Monday with Kidlutions: Resources for Behavior, Divorce, Grief and Loss and MORE!

You'll enjoy HUGE
savings on
many of 
popular products! 
That's right, we've taken 40% off of many of
our already discounted prices,
yielding up to an 80% saving for YOU!

Just use coupon code: THX2U when you check out!
(You'll see the box for the code on the lower left of your shopping cart!)

Almost every product you see in the right margin of our newsletter is 40% off the marked price.  Our full list is below.

Here's what is on sale.  Click through each link to learn more. 

Remember, you are going to get 40% off the price marked, when you enter your coupon code: THX2U. Some of the discounted prices are shown below, and some are up to 80% the original price:

A BIG Fish Story Just $9.59

A Bushel Full of Feelings Just 4.80

Boo Book

Bouquet of Positive Feelings Self-Esteem/Kindness Combo Pack Just 7.80 for the SET

Complete Clinician's Combo Set for Teen Grief  Just 48.00

Cookie Crumbles: Dealing with Disappointment Just $17.99

Cool Down Strategies for Kids Just 11.99

Divorce: King or Queen for a Day Playful Ways to Help Kids with Divorce $24.00

Feelings Mountain for Teens and Adults Individual or Professional Use Options

Feelings Show and Tell Just 9.00

Fun with Feelings Just 1.19

Halloween Expansion Set (towards bottom of page)

Helping Kids Cope with Sadness Just 4.80

Ice Cream Cones and Frozen Pops Just 11.99

Kids for Kindness Just 7.79

Large and In Charge Just 2.40

Lucky to Be Me

No More Naughty Lists Just 7.79

Pet Loss: Saying Goodbye Workbook

Pumpkin Feelings

Talkin' Turkey Just Conflict Resolution Just 3.60

The Compliment Games Just 4.80

Some of the prices are crazy low! 

AND...when you purchase on 12/1/14 
before 10 pm EST (when the sale ends), 
you'll get a FREE BONUS (Valued at $10.00)....

Yours free with a $20.00 purchase. 
Total must be $20.00 afterthe discount is applied.  
This resource will be sent to you after 5pm EST
on 12/2/14.

This sale will come to an end on Cyber Monday at 10pm EST.

Thanks SO much for being part of the Kidlutions family!


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