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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 Teens and Cellphones: A Guide for Teachers
The widespread use of cell phones by teenagers raises the concern of the negative effects it could have on their performance in school. However, teachers can work with their students to incorporate effective cell phone use into the classroom. When used appropriately, cell phones can enhance class participation and allow students to access current information.
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 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 C header Understanding and Working With Youth
Certain characteristics are common to youth at each age level. While the rate of development of youth may vary, the order of the stages does not. Each of the four stages is distinct, characterized by abilities and attitudes that are different from the stages before and after. Within each developmental stage, there are four areas of development impacting individual learning.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication application/onenote Where Are You In the Farm/Ranch Stress Zone?
Each person is affected differently by stress, and becoming familiar with common ways in which stress affects a person is helpful. This publication is part of a series called Managing Stress and Pursuing Wellness in Times of Tight Margins.
Located in Kids & Family
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