Find what you need here to encourage and support you in your role as a parent or grandparent.
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Talking With Kids About COVID-19
Supporting Children's Emotional Well-Being During the COVID-19 Pandemic (childtrends.org)
Five Pandemic Parenting Lessons (Parenting Forward podcast)
A Prayer for Putting on a Mask (agoodandjoyfulthing.org)
How to Teach Children to Stay Six Feet Apart (No Time for Flash Cards)
How to Talk to Kids about Coronavirus (NY Times)
How to Talk to Your Kids about Coronavirus (PBS Kids)
Helping Children with Scary News (Sally-Lloyd Jones, author)
Supporting Teenagers and Young Adults During the Coronavirus Crisis (Child Mind Institute)
Naming Loss and Gratitude with Young People in These Uncertain Times (Fuller Youth Institute)
My COVID-19 Time Capsule (graphic designer Natalie Long) - a wonderful activity to do with your children to help not only process feelings, but document their experience!
Good Friday with Children: Why (and How) to Talk About the Crucifixion (Amelia Richardson Dress)
How to Talk with Your Kids about Good Friday (Beaming Books)
Why We Call Good Friday Good (Wendy Claire Barrie)
Tips to Celebrate Easter's Spiritual Meaning (Beaming Books)
Is your family facing the death of a loved one or pet? Talking about grief and faith with your children and youth is so important. But we often wonder what we should say. Use these resources to support your children and youth as they experience grief.
Books for Children Experiencing Loss or Trauma (National Association of School Psychologists)
The Little Blue Bottle (Jennifer Grant) - beautiful book about wondering how God is near when we suffer.
The Memory Box: A Book About Grief (Joanna Rowland, Thea Baker). A book that describes making a box of memories.