Many candlelight vigils have been held across the U.S. for the shooting victims with more vigils planned this week.
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We've been fortunate to shelter our older child, who is the same age as the young victims, from knowing anything about this tragic event. I know many of you have children who have heard the news, though. While there's no easy way to talk with your kids about scary news and ease their concerns, School-Age Children Guide Katherine Lee has some helpful tips on how how to talk to kids about scary events in the news.
Our thoughts and prayers are with these families during this unimaginable time.
- Teach Kids How to Deal with Their Feelings
- Raise Street Smart Kids
- Make an Emotions Book with Your Children