It’s a time to celebrate our country’s commitment to upholding the rights of children. This year, children and youth from across Canada will discuss what it means to be #SeenAndHeard. You’ll also hear from youth activists, Canada’s leading voices for children’s rights, government and industry leaders, and more!
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This article provides suggestions for school staff on how to support this transition, particularly for anxious students.
How to Help Teens Handle the Loss of Proms and Graduations Losing these ceremonies is a big deal. We need to help them grieve. BY CHRISTINE CARTER
1. Acknowledge their loss
2. Name their feelings
3. Teach them about grief
4. Help them find meaning
Bedtime music, sleep music for kids, lullaby for babies, sleep music for babies, mindfulness for kids, naptime music, get your child to sleep, music box lullaby, meditation and relaxation for kids of all ages. From the Heart, Britt Mari & Kenneth
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Tired of singing happy birthday twice when you wash hands with your little ones? Here’s a fun, catching song to sing instead. It’s from Judy Rothman Rofe, Emmy award writer of preschool children’s programs.
Experience the best museums from London to Seoul in the comfort of your own home.
The novel coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) has brought the world into uncharted waters. Whole countries are on lockdown, the economy has ground to a halt, and many people are afraid for themselves and their loved ones.
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