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How to keep siblings from becoming rivals (access required)

Sibling rivalries have been around since the first little brother or sister came along. Siblings not getting along all the time is a regular part of life, but during these times of “sheltering in place” and “self-quarantining” disagreements and fights between siblings can become even more magnified. According to kidshealth.org, sibling rivalries develop because of ...

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20 ways to get kids moving when they’re stuck inside (access required)

With schools across the country closing and lockdowns looming imminent, many of us are almost completely home-bound and functioning as both teachers and working parents. If you aren’t already a stay-at-home parent living on a large swath of land, figuring out a way to get your kid moving over the course of the day can be challenging. Kids ...

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How to talk to teenagers about coronavirus – a lesson in becoming critical consumers of information (access required)

Talking to teenagers about the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) is an opportunity to help them become more critical consumers of information, according to the experts, especially since it’s likely they are getting most of their information about the disease from online sources — particularly social media. Nadine Garner, associate professor of psychology with Lancaster-based Millersville University, ...

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