Asking your child how was your day?
is more important than you may think.
questions about your childs relationships shows that
you care as a parent. More importantly, its the springboard
for discussing issues, providing guidance, and preventing
problems that your child may face now and in the future.
in the loop.
here to take the quiz.
is a major issue facing children of all ages. Where does it
start? From birth children need to be taught and shown respect,
empathy and care for others. Families matter.
is a problem that children are reluctant to talk about. Regardless
of whether your child is witnessing bullying, picking on other
children or being victimized themselves, having an adult to
talk to can make a world of difference. It could be the difference
between suffering in silence and taking a stand.
tools you need.
website contains information for parents, children and educators
to help understand and confront bullying. Read about the many
faces of bullying, how it affects all children, and find out
what you can do today to make a difference.
parents, we need to speak out if we expect our children to
stand up for themselves and reject the schoolyard norm
of bullying. The next time you ask how was your day?
dont settle for the classic one-word answer. Take the
time to engage in conversation, ask thoughtful questions,
and listen. You, and your child, will be glad you
to learn more about bullying