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Positive Feedback and Encouragement (Somali)

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Providing positive encouragement is a powerful practice for helping children meet behavior expectations. This fact sheet provides ideas for how caregivers can deliver positive encouragement.

Feeling Faces: Cards (English-Spanish, Spanish Intro)

The Feeling Faces assist children with understanding their feelings and the feelings of others. It is important to teach children words to use to express feelings in replace of the use of challenging behavior. The feeling faces that follow can be used in a variety of ways to help children learn social emotional skills around use of emotional literacy and vocabulary.

Positive Solutions for Families: Sessions 1-7 (Spanish)

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Positive Solutions for Families is an evidence-based, family-friendly workshop of seven sessions to help professionals working with families of children ages 2-5 years. Zip folder provides all materials needed by a facilitator to provide the workshop series to participants.

Positive Solutions for Families: Family Routine Guide (Spanish)

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The Positive Solutions Family Routine Guide is used by parents and caregivers of children ages 2-5 years in developing an intervention plan for children who are using challenging behavior. The Guide gives suggestions for prevent, teach, and response strategies, organized by the function of the challenging behavior, within common family activities and routines. The guide … Read more

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