Five simple tips you can try today with your children.
When it comes to combating bullying and making schools safer places to learn, it’s time we took the seatbelt approach. Rather than focus exclusively on punishments and reactionary responses, what can we do to prevent bad behavior from happening in the first place?
It starts with developing kids’ ability to empathize — to understand the thoughts and feelings of others, and adjust their actions accordingly. Check out five simple tips you can try today with your children.
1. Use that library card..
See on startempathy.org