How to Get Your Child to Talk about Her School Day
Whether your child is at school all day, in daycare, at a friend’s house, or another similar place it is important for caregivers to be equipped with tools and resources on how to create a safe environment where their child can talk about the good things and the bad things about their day.
This article gives great tips on how to ask open-ended questions and how to model these conversations and listen to children. We always want to encourage parents to empower their kids with the ability to have quality conversations with each other.
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