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Helping Children Cope


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  1. Helping Children Cope With Fears (Awesome Library)
      Provides sources of information to help children cope with their fears, especially fear of terrorism. 10-01

  2. How to Talk to Children About War and Terrorism (National Center for Children Exposed to Violence)
      Provides guides and articles to assist parents, teachers, and professionals with talking to children about exposure to warfare and violence. 4-03

Materials
  1. Helping Young Children Deal With Scary News (PBSKids)
      Provides suggestions, including some short video clips from Mister Rogers, to help young children feel safer. 9-01

Papers
  1. Children's Understanding of Death at Different Ages (National Education Association)
      Summarizes the understanding of death that children often have at different ages. 11-01

  2. Coping With Unexpected Disasters (American Red Cross)
      Describes different emotional and physical reactions to a disaster. Suggests how to deal with reactions. 9-01

  3. Helping Children Cope with Trauma (American Red Cross)
      Provides suggestion on what to say to children by age level, as well as recommending what to do. Suggests when professional assistance may be needed. 9-01

  4. Helping Your Children Cope in a Time of Crisis and Fear (FamilyEducation - Abel)
      Provides suggestions on what to say to children by grade level. For example, it is good for older children to be able to participate in helping in some way, such as writing letters of condolence to families of victims. 9-01

  5. Letter from Mrs. Bush to School Children (USNewswire.com)
      Provides a letter of reassurance from the First Lady to middle and high school students and a second letter to elementary school students. 9-01

  6. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)
      Discusses symptoms and treatments related to PTSD. Visitors sometimes misspell as post traumatic or post tramatic.

  7. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (American Psychiatric Association)
      Discusses symptoms and treatments related to PTSD. Visitors sometimes misspell as post traumatic or post tramatic. 10-01

  8. Talking to Children About Violence (CNN - Marans)
      Provides an opinion on how to talk to children about what happened in New York City. 9-01

Projects
  1. How Children and Teens Can Help With the September 11th Disaster (Red Cross)
      Provides specific ways children and teens can help families of those affected by the September 11th disaster. Also called 911, 9-11, or 9/11.9-01

  2. How Children and Teens Have Helped With the September 11th Disaster (Red Cross)
      Provides stories of young people contributing to help families of those affected by the September 11th disaster. Also called 911, 9-11, or 9/11. 9-01

  3. How Youth Can Contribute (Constitutional Rights Foundation)
      Provides activities for youth to contribute to those who have helped with the September 11th disaster or who have been overlooked. Examples of people who may have not received much assistance include people who were displaced from their homes and have had little or no time to return for their belongings, people working at airports and airlines who have suffered emotionally or have lost jobs, and people who live alone and have no one to talk to about what happened. Also called 911, 9-11, or 9/11. 9-01

   
   


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