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Help Us Stay Calm: Strategies that help you and your child during challenging behavior (Somali, Image)

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When a child is engaged in challenging behavior or experiencing anger, stress, sadness or frustration, it is important to stay calm. The strategies in this infographic help both caregiver and child stay calm during challenging behavior. Early care and education and family support programs are encouraged to download the infographic to use in their social media to families or repost on their web site.

Help Us Stay Calm: Strategies that help you and your child during challenging behavior (Somali, PDF)

Help Us Stay Calm Infographic (Somali) thumb

When a child is engaged in challenging behavior or experiencing anger, stress, sadness or frustration, it is important to stay calm. The strategies in this infographic help both caregiver and child stay calm during challenging behavior. Early care and education and family support programs are encouraged to download the infographic to use in their social media to families or repost on their web site.

Help Us Stay Calm: Strategies that help you and your child during challenging behavior (Hmong, PDF)

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When a child is engaged in challenging behavior or experiencing anger, stress, sadness or frustration, it is important to stay calm. The strategies in this infographic help both caregiver and child stay calm during challenging behavior. Early care and education and family support programs are encouraged to download the infographic to use in their social media to families or repost on their web site.

Some Days are Different! (Spanish)

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Use this sample scripted story to help support children when the day at school is different, specifically when children are temporarily in a different classroom with a new teacher.

Some Days are Different!

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Use this sample scripted story to help support children when the day at school is different, specifically when children are temporarily in a different classroom with a new teacher.

Guiding Providers in Supporting the Social-Emotional Needs of Young Children during the Pandemic and Other Traumatic Events

Join us for a discussion to learn about how early childhood education and care programs are being guided to use Pyramid Model practices in addressing the needs of young children during the Pandemic and other Traumatic Events. Our panel will discuss the impact of trauma on young children’s social-emotional health and how Child Care Resource & Referral leaders are making a difference in the support of programs.

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