Links to Resources for Parents and Other Caregivers
The content on this site for parents, grandparents, step-parents, and other caregivers and childcare workers has been sorted into one of the following categories. Each page includes links to articles, handouts, and blogs, as well as products, podcasts, presentations, and links:
Click here for resources on discipline, motivation, win-win authority relationships and power dynamics, building responsibility, recognition and reinforcement, rules and boundaries, follow-through, and intervening negative behavior.
Culture and Safety
Click here for resources on promoting social and emotional growth, cultural and social influences, health and safety issues, bullying and friendship, and building independence and problem solving skills.
Click here for resources on generic parenting topics such as parenting styles, attitudes, and behaviors, as well as resources on specific parenting issues such as skills development, increasing positivity, building financial literacy, and divorce.
How Kids Learn
Click here for resources on your children’s learning styles, movement and learning, the body-brain connection, special needs, non-traditional learners, relationships with your children’s teachers, homework, and other school-related issues.
Self-Care and Inspiration
Click here for resources on gratitude and optimism, overcoming obstacles, positive relationships, teacher appreciation, and taking care of yourself.
Click here for a complete list of podcasts with topics for educators, parents, and the general public.
Click here for “Pads” on the Back Templates: Free downloads with messages of recognition and appreciation in multiple languages.
Click here for resources in Spanish.
Click here for resources in French.
Click here for products specifically for parents and other caregivers This list includes a few items originally written for educators or a more generic audience, but with topics relevant to parents. For the complete list of products, click here. (For a list of products specifically for educators, click here.)
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