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Teacher’s Guide: Positive Interactions with Siblings and Friends (Somali)

This resource provides teachers tools to engage families in promoting positive interactions between toddlers and their friends (or siblings). It includes a teacher’s guide for using the tool, a family handout, and an activity idea that teacher can use to communicate with families about their children’s play activities at home. The translation of this document … Read more

Teacher’s Guide: Labeling Emotions (Somali)

This resource provides teachers tools to engage families in teaching infants and toddlers about emotions. It includes a teacher’s guide for using the tool, a family handout, and an activity idea that teacher can use to communicate with families about teaching emotions. The translation of this document was performed by a third party. NCPMI makes no … Read more

Teacher’s Guide: Building Relationships with Children (Somali)

This resource provides teachers tools to promote families to build relationships with infants and toddlers. It includes a teacher’s guide for using the tool, a family handout, and an activity idea that teacher can use to communicate with families about building relationships with children. The translation of this document was performed by a third party. … Read more

Things That Will Help Me Stay Calm – Toddlers (Somali, PDF)

Toddlers experience big emotions as they learn to make meaning of their world and communicate their needs. Toddlers look to their primary caregivers to let them what they are experiencing is okay. Caregivers can use the strategies included in this infographic to provide toddlers with predictability in their day, safety in relationships, meaning to their … Read more

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

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 (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.

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