How to talk to children about war? Published practical advice for parents / Article

How to talk to children about war? Published practical advice for parents / Article
How to talk to children about war? Published practical advice for parents / Article
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“How to talk to children about war?” tells how to prepare for a conversation, how to answer questions and how to react. There are answers to all children’s most frequently asked questions. For example, if a child asks – mom, can there be a war in Latvia?

“No, there can be no war in Latvia, we have an army, we are prepared,” said Gunta Vīksne, a member of the board of the association “Shelter “Safe House””. “This material is intended for both educators and children’s parents – many of them have classmates from Ukraine at school. It is important to end the conversation on a positive note – how can we help.”

The material, which also includes practical advice, can be found on the website of the association “Shelter “Safe House””. Its creators have also informed schools and kindergartens that these tips are available on the Internet. Every family is also invited to use this template to answer children’s questions.

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