Posts tagged "Character Ed"
It’s a busy time, so we want to make sure you have easy access to the parenting tools you need! Check out our Re:Connect parenting podcast, featuring our curriculum director, Leslie Bolser, and child psychologist Dr. Beth Trammell. This month, we talk about friendship and the pandemic – some things have changed in adolescent and […]
There are still a couple of weeks left in school for 2016, which means there are several days left for your students to help bring joy to others. If your classroom isn’t doing a gift exchange, consider doing a “Joy Exchange.” Each child could write a note to the other students in the class, telling […]
Welcome to 2017! Let’s drop some knowledge: Did you know that “Respect” by Aretha Franklin was originally recorded by Otis Redding? Did you know that “TCB” in the chorus stands for “Taking Care (of) Business”? Did you know that forgiveness can make you happier? According to Psychology Today, “Many studies have shown that people who […]
Here’s what Sam says in this video. Check it out with your family, and then talk about the questions at the end. Have you ever been mad? I mean really, really mad? And for a good reason, too. Like maybe a supposed friend spread rumors about you. Or your money got stolen from the locker […]
I know many of you are feeling overwhelmed, planning for your school in the midst of the unknown. I’ve had a couple of conversations lately that have reinforced this, and I’ve heard people fret about how so much truly is uncertain. I worry about that, too. In light of that, as you lead students, parents, […]
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