Molly Wright is seven years old and is one of the youngest speakers for TED Talks. She asks us, what if a game of peek-a-boo could change the world?
Social-Emotional Competence of Children for Families
Studies show that children need to learn how to interact positively with others, self-regulate or control their behavior and talk to their peers, family members or adults. By learning about, and better understanding, your child/ren’s range of feelings and how to communicate with others, children learn to effectively communicate their needs to you, when they are feeling frustrated or how your actions may make them feel.
When you observe your children’s challenging behaviors, this can create stress on families, especially when you don’t know how to respond positively to their behavior. In this section, you’ll gain new insights into your child’s behaviors and decision-making processes and can practice new skills that will help them.
Not sure where to begin with talking to your children about race, culture and enthnicity? Seseme Street is a great place to help begin the conversation.
It’s everywhere, and yet, do we know how to talk to our kids about racial violence, police brutality, and racial injustice?
Support Your Teen in Unhealthy Relationships, Violence, or Digital Abuse
Learn essential steps to teach your children about boundaries between themselves and others to make good choices and build strong relationships.
Learning to work with your child who bullies others is a challenging thing to do. This article gives suggestions to families, like listening with an open mind and trying not to get defensive about your child.
Help Your Children Label Emotions with Words. Learn essential steps on being an emotion coaching parent by being aware of your children’s emotion and helping them express and deal with situations appropriately.
Download this PDF to help teach your child to communicate and express their feelings.
Use the free Vroom app to get tips on healthy brain development for your children from birth to age five.
Learn about your child’s developmental milestones from birth to age five and how your child plays, learns, acts, speaks and moves.
Tips and information to help raise happy and healthy children at different stages of their development. Child development milestones
Strengthen Your Family in Five Ways. All families benefit when they have these five strengths. Learn more about them and explore ways to build the strengths for your family.
What should I do if someone
is being abused or neglected? This tip sheet will provide you with more information about what child abuse and neglect is and what to do if you or a friend isn’t safe.
Resources for Parenting. Find information on how to communicate, discipline, and implement structure with your children.
Whether it is virtual story time, an online reading challenge for your children, or imagine a story with your LEGO, the Hawaii State Public
Ever want to talk to your children about feelings and emotions but you wanted to get some help?
ʻOhana Engagement resources designed to strengthen the ʻOhana and ʻOhana Engagement Professional. OHAna Resources – activities to help the ʻohana flourish
As the coronavirus crisis continues, parents everywhere are struggling to keep children healthy and occupied.
The Conflict Center has created this helpful guide for parents who are working at home with their children who are schooling from home.
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If it is an emergency, please call 911. Domestic Violence Action Center provides information on ways to get help & answers to questions about domestic violence.
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