Are wearing masks driving you crazy? Have you tried these three tricks to make masks easier to wear? If not, these small changes will rock your world! Check it out!
The playful exterior is not always a mirror image of what is going on inside. Kids express their feelings in many different ways. Sometimes they don’t even know that a feeling is connected to a specific event or problem!
Looking for a good bedtime story? This is a perfect one! This reminds me of the book “On the night you were born” but even better. And it also gives a wonderful glimpse of Arctic culture. Plus I love that it uses the Inuktitut term for endearment, “Kulu”. Definitely going to be adding this book to my collection!
This is a beautiful book that shares the negativity of the boarding school indigenous children were sent to in a way that is less scary for little ones. It also shared how the children coped with the negativity and lack of support. While what happened to the children at the schools was horrible, it’s stillContinue reading “When We Were Alone”
I love that this book has not only an indigenous language integrated into it, it even helps non-native speakers with the pronunciation. A great way to expose your kids to a different language than what they might learn in school.
Believe it or not, I hate shots. As someone who works with kids on managing needle phobias, you’d think that maybe I’m a hypocrite. But I find that my needle anxiety not only helps me emphasize with frightened youngsters, it also makes me work hard to come up with ways to make it less stressful.Continue reading “Flu Shot Dance”
“What is something you want to learn to do?” – A question to build strong relationships.
A mental health Monday quote: “You may think I’m small, but I have a universe inside my mind.” – Yoko Ono
“When was the last time you made someone smile” – Questions to build strong relationships
Don’t forget about questions teens might have about COVID-19. Here are some great ideas on how to answer their questions, both asked and unasked!