When parents decide to divorce, the first people they think of is their children. Will they be ok? Will they wish we had stayed together? Should I stay with their other parent until they're older? Is this too hard on them? All of these questions are exactly right.&am
Co-Parenting: âFor the Sake of Our Childrenâ - Extension Connection
10 Tips for Co-Parenting - Divorce is always an tricky transition time for kids, but these tips can help make the process more comfortable for them.
Divorce Task Cards
Children and teens deal with a lot of different problems when their parents divorce. Use this set of task cards to help them learn how to handle their problems in a positive manner. This set contains 32 unique situations. Each card includes 3 possible solution to solve the problem. Be the first t...
My Family's Changing Activity Book for Children - I Am A Child of Divorce
Check out this downloadable and colorful activity book for younger children going through the divorce of their parents.
Books About Divorce For Kids - No Time For Flash Cards
These books about divorce for kids can help those who are going through it or just curious. There are a variety of situations covered.
Divorce Discussion Cards
Kids deal with a lot of tough questions and situations when dealing with divorce. These cards help get students talking. Can be used in either individual or small group counseling, this set of 48 "Talk About It" Cards asks students to reveal their thoughts and feels about their own divorce and the 32 "Share Your Advice" Cards allows students to role play and discuss various situations around divorce. how divorce affects kids, divorce and kids
How to tell kids about divorce: An age-by-age guide
The news that Mom and Dad are separating hits a two-year-old and a 10-year-old differently. Here's how to help children handle it at any age.