3 tips for healthy sleep
Tired children have a harder time focusing at school, regulating their emotions and interacting with their peers. We have three tips to help your children get healthy sleep.
Talking to Teens about Race
Parents have the opportunity to help teens explore these racial differences. It may sound intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Conversations can start by exploring the idea of friendship in general, with questions such as:
Strategies to help children feel they belong
Given its importance, how can we create environments where all children gain a sense of belonging? Here are three strategies that can help.
Brain Under Construction
When we can think about a teenager in the context of a brain under construction, we can be much more thoughtful about how we approach them, and how we make sense of the work.
Upstairs and Downstairs Brain
As we work with children, we need to continually ask ourselves, “Am I engaging the upstairs brain, or am I triggering the downstairs brain?”