parentingbydrrene.com I am firmly in the learning through play camp when it comes to preschoolers and early academics. Done in a good way, this doesn’t mean just let them play and they’ll be ready. It means …
MWF Parenting Q&A
9:00 - 9:45am
You are welcome to post your questions below.
You are welcome to post your parenting questions or topics you'd like to discuss below. I will be on MWF mornings from 9:00 - 10:00am to answer.
Look for the upsides. Thank you for this HuffPost!
huffpost.com Yes, kids are missing out on so much right now. But they're also learning some pretty big life lessons during lockdown.
I am here MWF mornings from 9:00 - 10:00am. You are welcome to post your parenting questions or topics you'd like to discuss below.
It a MWF Parenting Q&A
You are welcome to post your parenting questions or topics you'd like to discuss below. I will be on til 10:00am.
It's a MWF Parenting Q&A - you are welcome to post your questions or topics you'd like to discuss below. I'll be here 9:00 - 10:00am.
It's Wednesday and a MWF Parenting Q&A. Will be on now til 10:00am to answer your parenting questions. You are welcome to post topics you'd like to discuss below.
Thank you Sesame Street and CBS Sunday Morning!
Welcome to a Parenting Q&A
I will be on now until 10:15am - you are welcome to post your questions or topics you'd like discuss below.
Welcome to the MWF Parenting Q&A
You are welcome to post your questions and topics you'd like to discuss below. I will be on MWF 9:00 - 10:00am each week.
It's a MWF Parenting Q&A - now til 10:00am
You are welcome to post your parenting questions or topics you'd like to discuss below.
Helpful information if a loved one dies during all this. Thanks HuffPost Relationships💙
huffpost.com Experts share advice for mourning a loved one in the time of the coronavirus pandemic.
Monday morning Parenting Q&A
I will be on MWF mornings from 9:00 - 10:00am. You are welcome to post your parenting questions or topics you'd like to discuss. You are welcome to join the discussion anytime.
With everyone home so much, thought this might help with a small struggle:
parentingbydrrene.com At least every other month a parent says to me, “this might be odd, but my child is scared of going to another room in the house by himself.” This is not odd. Between four and eight or …
Good Morning - Parenting Q&A
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Welcome to the Wednesday Morning Parenting Q&A!
You are welcome to post your parenting questions or join the conversation below. I am on 9:15 - 10:15am this morning.
Thank you Sesame Street!
Watch this video together with children to learn how to sneeze and cough safely. Remind them that when they feel a tickle in their noses or throats, they sho...
It's a Parenting Q&A
You are welcome to post your parenting questions below or join the conversation. I plan to be on 9:00am - 10:00am weekday mornings.
You are welcome to post your parenting questions or topics you'd like to discuss below. You are welcome to join the conversation.
I will be on this morning 9:30 - 10:30am (sorry, my internet was acting up). You are welcome to post your parenting questions or topics you'd like to discuss below. You are welcome to join the conversation.
Welcome to this morning's Parenting Q&A.
I plan to be here 9:00 - 10:00am on weekday mornings.
Please post your parenting questions and topics you'd like to discuss below. I will answer what I can.
Thank you for posting this WISE Families! Here are a few solid ideas for getting your family through these days. WISE Families
From a WISE friend -
Parents, as if week two wasn't hard enough, you just heard in Virginia it was formally extended to...the end of time.
No surprise here, but hearing it announced made things real. Don't freak out.
1. Get a routine. This isn't spring break. Take baths like you normally do at night. Get up and eat breakfast together.
2. Make a schedule. Start at the same time to keep consistency. Reward yourself for being ready and starting on time (seriously).
3. Create an organized working space. Who wants to work in clutter? Decorate it. Claim it with pictures.
4. Take breaks during your working time. Movement gets oxygen to your brain. Take a walk. Jumping Jacks. Have a snack. (Gonoodle is a great site to visit)
5. Email and ask for help from the school. You are not homeschooling your child. You are facilitating learning. Your school is providing the learning material and you are providing the opportunity and space for your child to learn. If your child is struggling, attempt to help. If you can't figure it out, ask for help. If your child is reluctant to use you for help, ask for help also.
6. Don't panic if you get behind. Ask for extensions. Use the weekends, nights, and carry over into the next week. Ask for modifications on work. Instead of answering all the problems, ask to do half or the first five. Advocate for what you believe your child needs.
7. Technology issues should be brought up to the schools immediately.
8. No one expects you to be the master at the curriculum. Just do your best. Schools are expecting this to be hard. Schools are expecting kids to struggle.
9. And if anyone is really struggling - academically, emotionally, relationally, reach out to us, The Wise Family. We’ll set a weekly therapy session with your kids and teens to work out the kinks. We are REALLY GOOD at that!
Keep your head up, anxiety down. You are amazing parents.
Tuesday Morning Parenting Q&A
You are welcome to post your parenting questions or topics you'd like to discuss below. I will be on 9:00 - 10:00am to answer what I can. I hope to be here each weekday morning moving forward.
Also - that pic is my now 22 year old Alicen.
Good Morning! Hope you had a good weekend. You are welcome to post your parenting questions or topics you'd like to discuss below. I am here from 9:00 - 10:00am.
You are welcome to post your parenting questions or topics you'd like to discuss below. I will answer what I can until 10:00am. You are welcome to join the discussion.
Thanks HaperKids Books!
The coronavirus situation explained to kids. This is a free printable and you can download it here: http://elisegravel.com/en/blog/coronavirus-free-printable-comic-for-kids/
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I plan to be here each weekday morning from 9:00 - 10:00am (while schools in the Northern VA area are closed) to discuss your parenting questions. Please post below. You are also welcome to join the discussion and share your ideas.
Here, every weekday morning at 9:00 - 10:00am while we are home from school (hopefully just a few weeks).
How this works best - every morning I will post a few minutes before 9:00am to open the Q&A. You are welcome to post your parenting questions and I will answer what I can. You are welcome to join the conversation with answers and suggestions as well!
Potty training, positive discipline, sibling issues, early academic issues, preschool, elementary school, mealtimes.....
Hope to hear from you tomorrow!
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Helpful ways to answer your children's questions about the coronavirus. Thank you Children's National Hospital.
riseandshine.childrensnational.org We’ve asked clinical psychologists Laura Gray, PhD, and Shayna Coburn, PhD, to come up with the answers to some COVID-19 FAQs for kids.
Helpful information about keeping your family healthy. Thanks Children's National Hospital!
Infectious disease expert Dr. Nada Harik is answering your questions about coronavirus (COVID-19) and how to protect your family. Feel free to leave a question in the comment section below.
More resources: https://childrensnational.org/visit/resources-for-families/wellness-resources/coronavirus
Helpful way to explain the coronavirus to children. Thanks Children's Therapy Services!
Great explanation for children that’s been shared across social media
Download the full version from mindhearts’s website
#socialstory #reducinganxiety #childfriendly #childrenstherapyservices #childrenstherapy
parentingbydrrene.com The guidelines for speaking with children about difficult topics vary by age. This is true with the coronavirus as well. With preschoolers you might narrowly focus on building healthy habits and gi…
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