Shopping for these specific items can be a family project that helps kids to realize the importance of reaching out to others less fortunate.
Coaching starts with simple behavior actions, such as offering praise and affection.
Photo essay: Playful Pittsburgh Collaborative explores a day of play to support learning and harness creativityPosted on: December 03, 2018
Learning through play builds skills that are important to child development: Physical, emotional, social, creative and cognitive.
“What this tells us is that just over a half million people in Allegheny County care about this issue."
“We're trying to find trends and pull together high-level talking points.”
“Our mission became clear – to provide cribs to babies whose mothers could not afford them and educate mothers about the dangers of unsafe sleep environments,”
We’re the ones advocating for change. We’re the ones who will change the world one day.”
“I believe that when students have the access and the tools they need to learn, the entire community benefits.”
“It was amazing to see their eyes light up when they shared that they wanted to be a dancer or a hockey player and everything in between.”
Even as you are discussing something as painful as this subject, you can focus on the positive: Who are the heroes of the story? Take Mr. Rogers' advice and "look for the helpers."