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Addresses the questions: What Is transgender? Can a Child Be Transgender? What Makes a Child Transgender? Why Canít My Child Be ""Normal""? How Should I Respond? How Can I know If Itís a Phase? Where Do I Get Help, Support, and More Information?"
"This resource provides information on television, movies, advertising, computers and video games and how they can shape children's development. Includes tips for creating a media-literate household."
This tip sheet lists suggestions for parents who want to help create safer schools for children, originally from the Department of Education's 1998 publication, Early Warning, Timely Response.
This fact sheet talks about respect and what the term means, providing examples of respectful and disrespectful behaviors. This fact sheet is intended for families and people who work with families
Designed for parents and caretakers, this booket describes the power of learning in early childhood, suggests principles to teach children that promote violence prevention, and provides skills for anger management and problem solving.
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Activities Guide: Enhancing and Practicing Executive Function Skills with Children from Infancy to AdolescencePublisher(s):
This guide describes a variety of activities and games that offer ways for adults to support and strengthen executive function and self-regulation in children.