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Labeling Children’s Items

Labeling items helps us stay organized and quickly identify what belongs to us. Writing a child’s name on items is also important because it helps the child know what belongs to them and allows teachers and caretakers to find a child’s

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Questions to Ask When Choosing a Summer Camp

Sending children to summer camp is a great way to help children grow and learn. Summer camps can be a fun and exciting experience for children, but parents should still check to ensure their children are also safe when away from

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Why Attending Summer Camps is Healthy for Children

Whether it is online or in-person, summer camps are great opportunities to develop and strengthen skills. Summer camps encourage children to develop various skills that could help them succeed later in life. For example, camps allow children to cultivate relationships with other

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Ensuring Children’s Wellbeing During COVID-19: Resource Kit

The coronavirus pandemic has affected children and young teens socially, physically, and emotionally. Many children and teens missed significant events and important milestones. The impact that this pandemic has brought will have lasting effects on future generations. To combat this

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What is Peer-to-Peer Abuse?

As children reach adolescence, they experience and learn about their body and mind’s physical and mental changes. Sometimes adolescent children may display behavior that turns into violence and abuse as they try to make sense of their maturing body and

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Talking to Your Children About Sexual Assault 

Many parents shy away from having conversations about sexual assault with children and teens because it can be a heavy topic. In general, sexual assault is a subject that can be a difficult topic to talk about with children. However, conversations about sexual assault do not have

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The Underwear/ PANTS Rule – Teaching Children their Body is their Own 

Ensuring the safety of children is always a priority for parents. Sexual abuse and assault are sensitive yet important topics to discuss with children to protect them. Parents may feel uncomfortable or at a loss with initiating and discussing these

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How to Talk to Your Child About Cyberbullying 

Bullying has always been a recurring issue that has impacted schools throughout the nation. Many institutions have implemented zero-tolerance bullying policies that have helped stop this from happening in the classroom. However, as more children find themselves online, this has

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An Ultimate Guide to TikTok for Parents 

TikTok (formerly known as Musical.ly)  has become one of the most popular social media apps used and downloaded by millions of people worldwide. The app has many short videos of people singing and dancing to current pop songs and allowing others to create content, which

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The New York Times Article of Preventing Online Child Sexual Predatory

With technology and electronics usage steadily increasing amongst younger generations, protecting children from danger has also become more challenging for parents. It has also become easier for sexual predators to prey on innocent children online, where it is much more difficult for parents to monitor. This

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