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Easy strategies that help children focus on reasons to be grateful can really help them get through challenging times.
Gratitude isn't just for big things. Feeling thankful for small things is just as powerful as big things. The important part is to stop and notice what you have to be grateful for.
Using your senses to remember the things that you are thankful for is a good way to turn a rough day into a happy one. In this video, Abby’s mother helps her to slow down and transform her bad day back to a good one, no magic wand required!
Being thankful can be a wonderful remedy to feeling sad, especially when holiday plans need to be different. Even when we’re apart, we can find ways to stay connected with the people we love.
It’s more important than ever to have strategies on hand that encourage us to focus on the things in our lives that we’re thankful for.
We’ve put together a list of Thanksgiving activities for kids that includes gratitude projects and exercises, creating with nature’s bounty, turkey arts and crafts, and a list of books about Thanksgiving.
Using feeling cards can be utilized in a variety of ways to help children learn social emotional skills around use of emotional literacy and vocabulary.
It is important to teach children words to use to express feelings in replace of the use of challenging behavior. Using playdoh or other items from around the house, you can practice faces to reflect feelings.
Spanking has always been a hot topic and many question if it truly is a good form of discipline for children. This video goes over the issue in more depth to help parents understand what spanking accomplishes.
The mornings and evenings with your child, before and after school, can be really impactful in your relationship and their learning. Spending time together, creating routines, and sharing your days means more to a child than sometimes we can imagine.
Chicago Parent has put together a wonderful calendar to help you and your family know about all the fun events happening in your backyard. The extensive list includes something for everyone on every budget.
Whether you like them salted, sweet or spicy there are ways to toast pumpkin seeds to your liking.
Families and professionals often struggle to collaborate with each other and meaningfully include children with disabilities in early care and education programs. There are simple strategies for building better relationships so infants and toddlers with disabilities can learn in natural environments, within daily routines, and with familiar people and materials.
The way we celebrate Thanksgiving this year may look a bit different due to the ongoing pandemic. Regardless of how you choose to celebrate, there are safety tips that are worth noting when preparing your feast.
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