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Publication VCS/ICS calendar Talking to Children About Pandemics
This publication helps parents and other adults find ways to support children through age-appropriate information, understanding and reassurance during pandemics.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Safe Food for Babies and Children: A Guide for Babysitters - Babysitter Edition
Babysitting is a great way to earn money, help neighbors and gain job experience. It’s a big responsibility, too. When parents trust you to babysit, they are placing their children’s health and safety in your hands.
Located in Food & Nutrition
Publication Helping Your Child Cope After a Natural Disaster
Children have limited experiences with natural disasters, so it is normal for them to be afraid. It is important that children are met with kindness and understanding from parents and other adults to help cope with these feelings. Children should be encouraged to talk about their feelings and express their fears through play, drawing, painting or clay/play dough. Caring conversations can help them process any fears.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication backup file The Coronavirus Pandemic and Teens Ages 14 to 18 Years Old
This publication helps parents and other adults find ways to support teens through age-appropriate information, understanding and reassurance during pandemics.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication D source code Opportunities for Family Engagement in Early Childhood
Supporting young children through family engagement opportunities is a key to healthy child development. Engage your child and pursue options to score success with family engagement!
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Family Engagement in Early Childhood Settings in North Dakota: An Infographic Exploration
For children ages birth to 5, the best development occurs as families and early childhood professionals share understanding about best practices in nurturing young children. Family engagement matters! Shared activities improve mutual understanding and promote children’s healthy development.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication backup file The Coronavirus Pandemic and Young Children Ages 4 to 8 Years Old
This publication helps parents and other adults find ways to support children through age-appropriate information, understanding and reassurance during pandemics.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication backup file The Coronavirus Pandemic and Adolescents Ages 9 to 13 Years Old
This publication helps parents and other adults find ways to support adolescents through age-appropriate information, understanding and reassurance during pandemics.
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Publication chemical/x-pdb Essential Elements for Positive Youth Development
Positive youth development is intentional. It is the combination of positive experiences, positive relationships, and positive environments. When youth programs combine these three components, youth are more likely to stay involved and experience the essential elements that serve as the foundation of positive youth development programming. The eight essential elements can be categorized into one of four key concepts: belonging, mastery, independence, and generosity.
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Publication Bright Beginnings 3: Steps Toward a Healthy Pregnancy for You and Your Baby
It is important to create a healthy environment for an unborn child during the time of pregnancy. Key topics in creating a healthy pregnancy for you and your baby include managing personal health concerns, practicing healthy behaviors, meeting nutrition needs, increasing your knowledge of child development and reducing stress and preparing for the child's birth.
Located in Kids & Family
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