As we all walk (or sit) through the fight against COVID-19 we are hearing our children say, “I’m bored” more than ever. While the online world offers a myriad of options and parents have never-ending to-do lists, keeping our children involved and engaged is a priority as we adapt to this new normal. To help you through this, we have compiled 7 ways to respond when your child says, “I’m bored!”
View our Response Chart and Fridge Sheet
Summer time is a great way to combine outdoor activities and building motor skills. Here are a few activity ideas that will give old activities a new spin while practicing both fine and gross motor skills.
Based on the questions the CISS team has received from families, our behaviour team has answered some of these in these short webinars.
Children Testing Limits
Anxiety in 3 year olds
Anxiety in 6 year olds
Anxiety in 10 year olds
For April’s Five Moore Minutes video we are reminded about the importance of supporting inclusive learning communities! So often, we respond to individuals in crisis by removing them from a learning community, rather than seeing crisis and responding to the entire community with wrap around support. This 5MM video will be connecting with supplemental content including The Five Moore Minutes Podcast which can be found on all podcast platforms.