Getting Yourself Together When Things Come Apart
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Family changes often present difficult challenges for children.
Separation, divorce, incarceration, death, re-marriage and relocation through moving or military deployment are a few of the life events that change families and often create puzzling feelings for the children involved.
Coping With Family Changes: Getting Yourself Together When Things Come Apart focuses on the five familiar stages of grief often experienced by children when their family structure changes. This resource offers a student survey, read-aloud story and 21 reproducible student activities designed to help children move through the grief process and adjust to their new circumstances. Helpful parent articles and reference material complete this “must have” book for all helpers of children.
|Author:||Janet M Bender|
|Audience:||Elementary (K-5), Middle (6-8)|
|Publisher:||National Center for Youth Issues|
|Release Date:||December 12, 2019|