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Publication Troff document Family Meal Times Issue 10: Make-ahead Meals Save Dinnertime Tonight
Try something new this week. Start by planning five to seven meals that your family enjoys.
Located in Food & Nutrition
Publication Family Meal Times Issue 11: Promote Healthy Habits for a Healthy Lifestyle
Whether your child is overweight or not, healthful eating and exercise are keys to personal well-being. As a parent, you can take an active role and guide your child in the right direction to grow and pursue good health for a lifetime.
Located in Food & Nutrition
Publication ECMAScript program The Art of Grandparenting No. 1: Becoming a Grandparent
Among the variety of family roles that exist, perhaps the most unique is becoming a grandmother, a grandfather or a stepgrandparent. Grandparenting typically occurs when a person has reached maturity and has wisdom or experience to share with the rising generation. This publication introduces an educational series on the art of grandparenting and the unique contributions that grandparents can make to family life and the lives of grandchildren.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Responding to Distressed People
Sometimes you need help. Sometimes you are help. This flow chart outlines the process of responding to distressed people.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication ECMAScript program Farming and Ranching in Tough Times
Farmers and ranchers experience pressures from many directions. Stresses can pile up and result physical or mental health concerns. Individuals can take steps to reduce stress and improve health by noting and managing stress symptoms. Also, learning to control events, attitudes, and responses will help farmers and ranchers to manage the stresses of tough times.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Troff document Managing Conflict
This publication will help understand and provide methods to address conflict.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication The Art of Grandparenting No. 2: Making Memories for Grandchildren
Grandparents play a key role in making memories for grandchildren. Grandparents can connect a child with the past, pass on family memories, and make memories together in the present. This publication highlights how to make memories for grandchildren through stories, pictures, activities, recordings and other efforts.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Talking to Children About Peer Pressure
Children receive pressure from friends and peers as they make decision. Clothing styles, music choices, and social behaviors are all influenced by feedback from peers. Parents and other adults can assist children in understanding peer pressure, how to respond to such pressures, and discuss such issues with children of different ages.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication ECMAScript program References and Resources for Addressing Youth Issues
Numerous youth issues are highlighted in this single publication. Each topic area includes a list of current references and resources specifically focusing on the particular youth issue. Included are websites, NDSU Extension publications and programs, brochures, lesson guides, fact sheets, videos and more. Each reference and resource is followed by a short description.
Located in Kids & Family
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.
Located in Kids & Family
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