Supporting Distance Learning

8 tips for getting your child ready for online learning, from, provides helpful tips for parents to help prepare and support their children in learning from home.

Helping your child with organization, from Kids Health from Nemours, provides parents with a helpful 1-2-3 process to teach their children in order to help them stay focused and organized.

Supporting your child with homework, from Kids Health from Nemours, provides parents with tips for how to support their children with their homework.

Guide to teaching kids time management, from, provides helpful tips to teach kids to help them plan and organize their time according to their age.

Teaching children about brain breaks, from, teaches children how to recognize when they need a break and how to properly use their brain break time.

Helping kids who struggle with executive functions, from, provides helpful organizational tips to teach children who have difficulty with executive functioning.

Supporting Your Child’s Positive Behavior, from PACER Center, provides an explanation of the principles behind PBIS as well as examples of how to integrate these principles and strategies into the home and community.

Using positive words to support your child’s behavior, from The National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations, provides helpful examples for parents of how to re-word expectations for children from what not to do to what to do.

Strategies to stay calm when supporting problem behavior from The National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations provides helpful steps and strategies for children and parents to use to calm down during challenging behavior or when experiencing anger, stress, frustration, or sadness.

Connecting to Your Teen, from the Center for Parent Information and Resources, outlines conversation starters for parents to use with their teens in order to build relationships and help promote prosocial decision making.

7 Tips for Rewards and Consequences, from, gives families an explanation of what rewards and consequences are, as well as ideas for rewards and consequences to use at home.

A Parents Guide to Problem Behavior, from the Child Mind Institute, provides parents with strategies for responding to common but still problematic child behavior. Here, parents and caregivers can find ideas for preventing problem behavior, providing meaningful consequences, and preparing children to make transitions positively.
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