Check out these amazing 13 resources to support you during COVID-19.
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- Flocbulary: Flocabulary is a web site to deliver a new library of videos, activities, and assessments from social-emotional to History and more. Today, Flocabulary’s online program reaches millions of students in more than 20,000 schools around the world. They have a free trial.
- Love and Logic: Jay Faye would like parents to lock in our empathy, love, and understanding" prior to telling kids what the consequences of their actions will be. To find a facilitator, click on facilitator, then your state for more information.
- Stress-Free Kids: Stress Free Kids provides fun parenting solutions to reduce stress and bring wellness to daily living. The accessible tips, stories, and parent’s guide show families how to integrate relaxation exercises and activities effortlessly throughout the day.
- Go Noodle: We help kids channel their physical and emotional energy for good. GoNoodle's short desk-side physical activities — also called brain breaks — help teachers manage their classroom and improve student performance.
- Empowering Parents: If you like to change your child’s behavior—and you want to learn some parenting techniques that work.
- Parental Boundaries: They reach out to fragile children and families in need of compassionate and effective care. They help lift them up, heal their wounds and put them on the path to a brighter future.
- Parenting Resources: Dedicated to providing schools, programs, parenting educators, and teachers with the most complete collection of materials to help them in instructing and involving parents.
- Special Education Law: For accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.
- Military Child Education Coalition: MCEC is focused on ensuring quality educational opportunities for all military children affected by mobility, family separation, and transition.
- National Military Family Association: To fight for benefits and programs that strengthen and protect Uniformed Services families and reflect the Nation’s respect for their service.
- Emotional ABC's: This site teaches children ages 4-11 how to figure out WHAT they are feeling, WHY they are having that emotion, and HOW to make better choices.
- The 5 Love Languages - Military Edition: Dr. Gary Chapman presents a simple truth: relationships grow better when we understand each other. Everyone gives and receives love differently, but with a little insight into this differently, we can be confidently equipped to communicate love well. This is true for all forms of relationship-married or dating couples, for children and teenagers, for friends and co-workers, for long-distance relationships, for those brand-new loves and for the loves and the romances that are older than the hills.