Activity #4 – Cooking with family

Tastes From Home – Recipes From The Refugee Community Check out the yummy ethnic food recipes in the link below with your family during this long winter break and coronavirus lock down😋

Activity #3 – Conversation starters questions

This is a process of working out views and understanding each other better because they have the opportunity to express themselves. The most important take-away for your child or the other person feeling heard, seen and valued.

Vaccination time

As we talk to people about the virus, waving journal studies and talking points won’t work in many communities, -Robert Blendon, at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. That’s particularly true, Blendon notes, in ethnic and racial communities “that have a history of being demonized, lied to, or exploited.…when it comes to their health.”

Activity #1 – Question time

Adapted and used by permission from an article by Dr. Laura Markham, founder of and author of Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids, Peaceful Parent, Happy Siblings and her latest book, the Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids Workbook.

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