RESILIENCE CAN BE TEACH by emma ugarelli
Resilience is the ability to bounce back from stress, adversity, failure, challenges, or even trauma.
Parents and teachers can help kids build resilience by teaching them to solve problems independently. How can they do that?
Here we mention some of the things we, as parents and teachers, can do to teach resilience; during the coming weeks, we will talk a little more about each of them.
-Build a Strong Emotional Connection
-Promote Healthy Risk-Taking,
- Resist the Urge to Fix It and Ask Questions Instead,
-Teach Problem-Solving Skills,
- Demonstrate Coping Skills,
-Embrace Mistakes—Theirs and Yours,
- Promoting the Bright Side—Every Experience Has One
- go outside.
Books are an excellent tool to show children different emotions and talk about resilience and ways to cope.
them too. Books make us look inside and outside our world.
Lou and his Mane is a delightful picture book about friendship, facing fears, problem solving, and getting along with siblings. Lou is a brave young Lion who loves his mane. Everyone knows he is proud of it, but Lou has a secret. He is terribly afraid of going "bald”. One morning, he wakes up to find his worst nightmare has come true: His mane is gone! Lou looks everywhere for his mane, but cannot find it. He decides to ask his friends to help. Giraffe, Snake, Monkey, and Crocodile work together to help Lou as he searches throughout the jungle for his mane. Finally, he spots something peculiar in the distance, slowly moving towards him. What could it be? Join Lou and his friends as they solve the mystery of the missing mane!