After a Death: An Activity Book for Children Item #569
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This easy-to-use workbook is designed for children ages 5 to 12 who have experienced the death of a family member or friend. With a mixture of creative activities and tips for dealing with changes at school, home and with friends, this is a great tool for all grieving children. We’ve included a variety of drawing and writing exercises to help children remember the person who died, and learn new ways to live with the loss.
NOTE: for the Spanish translation, please view Item #576, Después de un fallecimientro.
Supporting the Grieving Child Item #583
This is a must-have resource for parents, therapists, counselors, teachers and school administrators, members of the clergy, and anyone wishing to understand and support children grieving a death.
The 23-minute video and companion guide provide a deeper look into the emotions and experiences of grieving children, and offer ways to help.
Bonus! The video also includes bonus material on telling children about a death, their emotions and behaviors at different ages and stages of development, the role of kids at funerals, and more.
Please view the below trailer or visit our Streaming page for a streaming version of this title.
35 Ways to Help a Grieving Child Item #546
If you know a child who has experienced the death of a parent, caregiver, sibling, grandparent or friend, you may have wondered how to support them. This guidebook presents simple and practical suggestions drawn from the experiences of thousands of grieving children and teens about what helps and what doesn’t. Learn what to expect from grieving children at different ages, how to provide safe outlets for children to express their thoughts and feelings, and how to support them during the memorial service, holidays and anniversary times.
NOTE: for the Spanish translation, please view Item #567, 35 Maneras de ayudar a un niño angustiado o apenado.