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August 2022

Raising Resilient Children

August 25

One of the most important tasks of parenthood is helping children learn to deal with their emotions. All children experience periods of stress in their lives and need the emotional skills to deal with it. Children’s emotional resilience, or ability to cope with their feelings, is important to their long-term happiness, wellbeing and success in life. Emotional resilience involves six key skills: recognizing and accepting feelings, expressing feelings appropriately, having a positive outlook, developing effective ways of coping, being able to deal with negative feelings, and being able to manage stressful events. Join the School Readiness Program, AT NO COST, through Zoom as we provide ideas on how to help children become emotionally resilient.

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September 2022

Dealing with Disobedience in SPANISH

September 6

When parents have reasonable expectations and set fair limits, children are more likely to be cooperative and well adjusted. Children need limits and simple rules for their own safety and to get along with others. Parents who teach their children to accept limits and do as they are told often find parenting easier. Join the School Readiness Program, AT NO COST, through Zoom as we discuss ways to teach your child how to accept limits and follow instructions.

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Raising Resilient Children-A Form of Suicide Prevention

September 7

One of the most important tasks of parenthood is helping children learn to deal with their emotions. All children experience periods of stress in their lives and need the emotional skills to deal with it. Children’s emotional resilience, or ability to cope with their feelings, is important to their long-term happiness, wellbeing and success in life. Emotional resilience involves six key skills: recognizing and accepting feelings, expressing feelings appropriately, having a positive outlook, developing effective ways of coping, being able to deal with negative feelings, and being able to manage stressful events. Join the School Readiness Program, AT NO COST, through Zoom as we provide ideas on how to help children become emotionally resilient.

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Dealing with Disobedience

September 8

When parents have reasonable expectations and set fair limits, children are more likely to be cooperative and well adjusted. Children need limits and simple rules for their own safety and to get along with others. Parents who teach their children to accept limits and do as they are told often find parenting easier. Join the School Readiness Program, AT NO COST, through Zoom as we discuss ways to teach your child how to accept limits and follow instructions.

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Managing Fighting and Aggression in SPANISH

September 13

It is common for children to have disagreements or arguments at times. However, when children fight, the risk is that someone will get hurt. Fighting and aggression range from arguments, mean comments, refusal to share and common ‘rough and tumble’ play to more severe, destructive behavior. If not dealt with early, fighting and aggression can get worse. Children may not learn better ways of behaving without help from their parents. Join the School Readiness Program, AT NO COST, through Zoom as we provide suggestions to help parents teach children how to play nicely with others, solve problems and get along with others.

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Raising Resilient Children-A Form of Suicide Prevention in Spanish

September 14

One of the most important tasks of parenthood is helping children learn to deal with their emotions. All children experience periods of stress in their lives and need the emotional skills to deal with it. Children’s emotional resilience, or ability to cope with their feelings, is important to their long-term happiness, wellbeing and success in life. Emotional resilience involves six key skills: recognizing and accepting feelings, expressing feelings appropriately, having a positive outlook, developing effective ways of coping, being able to deal with negative feelings, and being able to manage stressful events. Join the School Readiness Program, AT NO COST, through Zoom as we provide ideas on how to help children become emotionally resilient.

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Managing Fighting and Aggression

September 15

It is common for children to have disagreements or arguments at times. However, when children fight, the risk is that someone will get hurt. Fighting and aggression range from arguments, mean comments, refusal to share and common ‘rough and tumble’ play to more severe, destructive behavior. If not dealt with early, fighting and aggression can get worse. Children may not learn better ways of behaving without help from their parents. Join the School Readiness Program, AT NO COST, through Zoom as we provide suggestions to help parents teach children how to play nicely with others, solve problems and get along with others.

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Developing Good Bedtime Routines in SPANISH

September 20

Children need a good night’s sleep so they have enough energy for the next day’s activities. Parents also need adequate sleep and some child-free time to ensure their own needs are being met. Toddlers can learn to become more independent in their sleep routine and be less demanding than infants. The goal is for children to develop healthy, independent sleep patterns. Join the School Readiness Program, AT NO COST, through Zoom as we provide suggestions on how to help your child develop a good bedtime routine.

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“Lets Go Potty!” – Toilet Training

September 21

Join the School Readiness Program, AT NO COST, through Zoom as we teach parents how to understand when children are ready for toilet training and how long the process can take. Learn how to prepare for toilet training and how to teach a child to use the toilet. We will review tips for boys and girls and how to prevent accidents.

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Developing Good Bedtime Routines

September 22

Children need a good night’s sleep so they have enough energy for the next day’s activities. Parents also need adequate sleep and some child-free time to ensure their own needs are being met. Toddlers can learn to become more independent in their sleep routine and be less demanding than infants. The goal is for children to develop healthy, independent sleep patterns. Join the School Readiness Program, AT NO COST, through Zoom as we provide suggestions on how to help your child develop a good bedtime routine.

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