People Who Care for Me
In this video Karli is making a craft project that celebrate everyone that’s helped her through tough times.
It’s important to remember the people who care about you and who help you through challenging times. In this video, Karli is making an art project that celebrates everyone who was there for her and her mom when things were tough.
- Before watching: Explain that Karli and her mom had some big challenges, but caring friends helped them get through. Ask your child: Can you remember a time when you’ve had big feelings about things that were happening? Were you worried? Who did you turn to for support?
- While you watch: Observe aloud that difficult times don’t last forever, and that Karli and her mom now feel better and stronger.
- After watching: Talk with your child about ways to remember and appreciate the people in your life who are there for you. Together, you can make a chain like Abby’s, with the name of a caring person on each link.
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