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Babies & Toddlers

Resource - Early Childhood Informational Sites

Links to Other Early Childhood Sites This list of useful links offers some good starting points for exploring Early Childhood topics on the Internet. Have fun!
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Elementary School Age

Resource - Live Homework Help

Get online tutoring for subjects like math, English, and history. Work with a live tutor or use the resources to study independently. Make your resumes look more professional, and get help with math problems, test preparation, and more, all at no charge to you!
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Middle School Age

Resource - Live Homework Help

Get online tutoring for subjects like math, English, and history. Work with a live tutor or use the resources to study independently. Make your resumes look more professional, and get help with math problems, test preparation, and more, all at no charge to you!
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Teens

Resource - Junior Achievement Program

Junior Achievement is a partnership between the business community, educators and volunteers — all working together to inspire young people to dream big and reach their potential. JA's hands-on, experiential programs teach the key concepts of work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy to young people all over the world.
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Activities

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Resilience & Connection

Video - How Resilience is Built

2.25 minute video from the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University. Children are not born with resilience, which is produced through the interaction of biological systems and protective factors in the social environment. The active ingredients in building resilience are supportive relationships with parents, coaches, teachers, caregivers, and other adults in the community. Watch this video to learn how responsive exchanges with adults help children build the skills they need to manage stress and cope with adversity.

Video - The Science of Resilience

A 2.5 minute video from the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University. One way to understand the development of resilience is to picture a balance scale or seesaw. Protective experiences and adaptive skills on one side counterbalance significant adversity on the other. Watch this video to visualize the science of resilience, and see how genes and experience interact to produce positive outcomes for children.

Video - What is Resilience?

A 2.5 minute video from the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University. The science of resilience can help us understand why some children do well despite serious adversity. Resilience is a combination of protective factors that enable people to adapt in the face of serious hardship, and is essential to ensuring that children who experience adversity can still become healthy, productive citizens. Watch this video to learn about the fundamentals of resilience, which is built through interactions between children and their environments.
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Mental Health & Well Being

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Health & Safety

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Food & Housing Assistance

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Other Resources

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