These days, it seems like there’s no shortage of bad news. From shootings and wars to floods and landslides, the news landscape can be too stressful for adults, much less kids.
Fortunately, KidsHealth has you covered — they’ve put together a list of tips for talking with kids about current events. It’s aimed primarily at parents and other primary caregivers, but teachers might also find the information helpful. You can read the article here.
What tips would you add? How did your parents discuss the news with you when you were a kid?
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