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Create Emotional Connections

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We all are experiencing an array of feelings during the Covid-19 crisis, children included. Many of these feelings are heightened as state and government officials ask us to separate from family, friends, teachers, and co-workers. As a parent, you may be unsure how to help your child cope. Try these strategies for supporting your own emotional health and that of your family throughout this challenging time.

Create an Art Journal

art, social emotional, distance learning

As the COVID-19 quarantine continues, consider helping your child create an art journal to express themselves. This fun and versatile art project is easy to create using different art media like collage, crayons, pastels, paint, or pencil. Here's a guide for getting started.

Support a Growth Mindset

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Growth mindset is the belief that students can learn more or become smarter if they work hard and persevere. It addresses both the hearts and minds of students and teachers. Willingness to try new things and to attempt challenging tasks can foster a growth mindset at home or at school. Try these recommendations with your child. 

Lincoln Learning Supports Peer Mentoring at The Center - Midland

Philanthropy, student achievement, student motivation, social emotional

There is no doubt that The Center in Midland is making a difference in the small Beaver County town.

Spreading Hope in Hopewell

Philanthropy, music, social emotional, arts

When you see them on the street, they look like typical middle school students. Thanks in large part to their teacher, Kerry Wilson, these kids are difference makers. Together, they are the Band of Hope.

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