With so many drastic changes occurring in such a short time, America’s young people and students need attention. Many children and youth are grieving the loss of normalcy but do not have the tools to process their grief. This guide is intended to help students learn coping skills for processing the events of 2020. The skills taught here will continue to serve them throughout their lives.
This proactive guide by Jenny Delacruz will help teachers and parents teach K-12 students the coping skills necessary to cultivate a strong identity and sense of compassion. How Was Your Summer: Fostering Critical Conversations with Students is the best resource for educators and parents who want to engage in critical conversations with students. The guide includes 30 “Reflection Time” activities and exercises intended to be completed in 15-minute increments once a week.
How do you talk to your child about their very real fears? How do you make it better when the world changes into something unrecognizable? When her child can't sleep and things look bleak, this Momma knows exactly what to do.
As viral outbreaks like COVID-19 become a real fear for many people around the globe, Momma, Can I Sleep with You Tonight? offers a compassionate look at social distancing and how it affects our children. Following the story, Jenny provides psychoeducation about the major stages of grief and how it manifests in the behavior of children.
Award-Winner in the Children's Picture Book category of the 2020 Best Book Awards sponsored by American Book Fest.
Join us on a new adventure through world history, exploring the past of Haiti and how it reflects our present. In this delightful history book, Ms. Mélange takes her students through the tumultuous, often ignored origins and cultural impact of Haiti.
Friday Stories Learning About Haiti 2 is sure to give both children and adults a glimpse of the Haitian people and cultural heritage in a way that they will appreciate and remember.
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A blend of Haiti's history and culture explained in a way where both children and adults will learn something new. Each page has a hidden spider for younger children to find to stay engaged.