Moving is a fact of life for military families and this book helps kids think positively about their next relocation. It gives them tips and fun activities to help them get ready, such as: * Research your new locale * Find out about youth sponsorship * Make a memory book * And more. It also provides tips on: * Adjusting to a new home * Getting settled in a new school * Making new friends. For grades 3-5.
* Perky bears help prepare young children for a hospital stay * Features coloring and activity pages * Includes An introduction to the hospital; All about stethoscopes, x-rays, IVs; Hospital meals; Visiting hours, Playrooms; and much more * Grades K-3
* Helps relieve a child's anxiety over going to an emergency room * Clearly shows kids what doctors and nurses do, and in simple language tells children what to expect * Includes: * Blood tests; Shots; Stitches; Casts; X-rays; and much more. (Grades: K-3) Bilingual-English/Spanish. Personalization not available in quantities 25-99
Teaches children how to protect themselves from abuse by "bad" strangers. Presented in a non-threatening manner for children. Topics include: * How to avoid "tricks" strangers may use * What to do (and not do) in the street, in stores and at home alone * Good vs. bad touching * Phone smarts and how to use 911 * People to talk to if the child needs help. Spanish version. (Grades: K-3) Personalization not available in quantities 25-99
Reflective stickers alert firefighters to areas of the home where those especially vulnerable may not be able to escape quickly from a fire. Back of stickers instruct recipients as to proper placement and also list home fire safety program tips.
Easy-to-follow steps in English and Spanish provide valuable instructions. User slips card over the shower head and after each examination, punches out appropriate month. Ideal for promoting breast cancer awareness month.
This publication helps the returning service member and the family handle reunions with as little stress as possible. Includes sections titled Especially For Partners Of Those Returning Home, Especially for Service Members Returning Home and how to Reconnect At Your Children's Pace. Readers will also find Stress-Relief Techniques, special advice for those Returning From A War Zone and tips on What Makes For A Successful Military Family.
Gives families valuable points to help them positively deal with deployment. Includes tips for deployed personnel and spouses on Pre-Deployment Planning (Financial Savvy, Legal Tasks and more), Handling Emergencies At Home, Dealing With Emotional Issues For Stay-At-Home Spouses, Deployment Parenting 101 (ways to ease the pain of separation for children) and more. Also contains Online Sources For Deployment Information.
Service members and families struggling to cope with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can find guidance in this 16-page booklet. It explains What Is PTSD?, What Are The Symptoms Of PTSD?, Why Is It Important To Seek Help?, What Is The Treatment For PTSD?, How Can Other Family Members Help?, and suggests Where To Go For Help. Also includes a Checklist of Trauma Symptoms to help service members begin to understand their emotions and reactions.
Military families face challenges that raise their risk for domestic abuse. This booklet helps possible victims and abusers recognize What Exactly Is Domestic Abuse, Why Does Abuse Happen and How Abuse Affects The Victims. It also outlines how the Family Advocacy Program Can Help, Report Abuse, What To Do If You Are Being Abused, What To Do To Aid A Victim and more. It's a valuable tool for helping families deal with this serious issue.
Communication is crucial for military families. The better they are able to talk and listen to each other, the more their family will thrive despite the situations unique to military families, such as numerous deployments and relocations. This guide can help with topics including How To Be A Good Listener And Talk So You're Heard, Communication For A Healthy Marriage, Talking To Children and Communication During Deployment. Includes a special section Especially For Grandparents Raising Grandchildren.
Even the best of families have conflicts. This handbook, written with a psychologist, helps families identify how to prevent conflicts and cope with any that happen, whether within couples or between parents and children, siblings, adult children and older parents and more. Filled with wisdom, it's a handbook every family can put to good use.
The front of the bookmark features citizens enthusiastically exercising their right to vote. Back lists 7 ways to make a difference in every election. An easy way to provide essential information.
Eight-panel bilingual Pocket Pal educates parents about the disturbing trend of sexting; what it is, why it's a problem, and what to do so children are aware of its dangers. Includes what to tell teens about sexting as well as 25 popular sexting acronyms.
Opens eyes to the poisonous ingredients in tobacco and smoke, and what smoking does to the inside of a person's body * Front lists ingredients including arsenic (rat poison), benzene (paint), carbon monoxide (car exhaust) and five more * Back illustrates a person's body and lists 8 dangers of smoking, including emphysema and lung cancer, yellow teeth, weak bones, and more. Personalization not available in quantities 25-299
Presents 10 ways kids can help out the family and cope when a military parent is deployed: * Stay in touch: send letters and E-mails, phone calls * Hang up photos of your parent * Keep busy! You will have more to write about * And 7 more.
The return of a military parent is a happy event, yet it also requires an adjustment from everyone. Back advises kids on planning a " Welcome Home" event, getting used to each other again and 4 more tips.
Bookmark tells military kids to be proud that their parents protect America's freedoms and lists 6 ways they can help their parents: * Listen to and obey them * Do your chores and homework on time * Do your best in school * And 3 more.
Remind military kids how exciting a move can be. Back provides them with 6 Tips For A Successful Move, including: * Research where you are moving to * Find out what you can about your new school and activities you will enjoy * Be open to making new friends. Remember to smile. * And 3 more.
Acknowledging that military teens face special challenges, the back of the bookmark lists ways to control rising anger immediately and to stay on top of stress throughout the day. Also encourages teens to seek help from others, including parents, friends, teachers and school counselors.