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Fear and the Child of Divorce - Divorce Ministry 4 Kids
the following one page infographic on helping children of divorce deal with fear related to the divorce of their parents (click on the picture below for a full sized pdf version of the pamphlet). Please feel free to share this pamphlet with parents and others who work with children of divorce.
Divorce and Family Separation workbook for Google Classroom
This 20 page workbook can be used with a small group or individual. The goal is for students to reflect on their divorce experience and utilize positive coping skills. Divorce is something a lot of kids experience, it often feels like a wave that is crashing down on your family. This workbook is meant to help you ride the wave, getting through some of the bumps and wipeouts along the way. Great for My family and me groups, changing family groups.
Divorce Workbook: Dealing with Family Changes and Family Separation
This 28-page divorce workbook gives early elementary aged students the opportunity to explore feelings relating to divorce and brainstorm strategies for stating feelings and reaching out to people in and outside of the home. Includes one-sided print option for flat book and two-sided print option for foldable book!Take a look at my other workbooksKeep in touch:Counselor Keri on PinterestCounselor Keri on TwitterCounselor KeriBlogCounselor Keri on FacebookCounselor Keri on Instagram: @counsel...
THE DIVORCE DICE GAME
Dice Game that encourages expression of feelings and thoughts related to a parent's divorce. Game includes over 100 difficult to ask questions on six different bingo style game boards related to the divorce, including reactions from the divorce, frustrations, and changes since the divorce.Examples of questions include: This is what I remember being told about my parents divorcingThis is what I worry may happen to meThis is how I feel when I think of my parents getting back togetherThis is wh
FAMILY CONNECTION GAME: Building Bonds 1 Game at a Time (Only $1)--This interactive game offers a fun way to strengthen the parent-child bond through relationship-connecting activities. Family members take turns rolling a dice. Each box has a action statement for players to perform. Landing on a cupcake for instance, instructs the person to “say something sweet to another player” or the “hug” box directs, “give every player a hug.” Downloadable Game comes with player pieces and instructions.
In Co-parenting with a Toxic Ex , a nationally recognized parenting expert offers you a positive parenting approach to dealing with a hostile ex-spouse. You'll learn to avoid the most common mistakes of coparenting, how to avoid "parental alienation syndrome," and effective techniques for talking to your children in a way that fosters open and honest response. In addition, you'll learn how to protect your children from painful loyalty conflicts between you and your ex-spouse. how divorce aff...
Divorce: Help kids cope
For children, divorce can be stressful, sad, and confusing. At any age, kids may feel uncertain or angry at the prospect of mom and dad splitting up.This packet takes kids through Sara's Book of Thoughts and Feelings about her parents' divorce. There is a duplicate book that isn't filled in for students to complete.