TODAY'S TOPIC: Is it over yet? Ground Hog Day may be a great day to do something fun as a family ~ learn about the history dating back to 1886.
Feb 2: Is it over yet? Ground Hog Day may be a great day to do something fun as a family ~ learn about the history dating back to 1886.
Feb 3: February is African American History Month. A time of remembrance of important people and events in African American history.
Feb 4: Talking to your kids about traditions is a great way for your family to think about your own traditions and celebrations!
Feb 5: As parent’s we have an enormous role and responsibility guiding and shaping our children’s cultural competence. This article may assist you in the process.
Feb 6: Explaining what a ritual is to your kids can help you all think about the ways you celebrate and acknowledge important events, holidays and happenings.
Feb 9: Help your kids understand why traditions and rituals are so important for us as individuals and as part of a family.
Feb 10: February is African American History Month and presents a great opportunity to expand your horizons by celebrating and honoring cultural holidays and months of remembrance. Learn more about African American History Month through videos.
Feb.11: Embrace the opportunity to talk with your children about our world and the importance of understanding and appreciating differences and living and working together.
Feb 12: What we say and what we do can lay the ground work for how our kids think and respect others. Take advantage of resources available online and through social media to teach children about diversity.
Feb 13: Encouraging conversations and welcoming questions from our kids allows us the opportunity to really look at ourselves and how we feel and think. Once kids are grade school ages, we can teach and learn from each other as a family about race and cultural diversity.