Fred Rogers Center June Newsletter

We have had some challenging times these past few months and many requests from families and teachers about how best to support children during these periods of upset. Fred Rogers was always quick to respond in times of crisis with messages for children and families. He often said that children need to know that talking about their feelings, their questions, their worries could help them manage the strong feelings associated with those situations. Talking with a caring listener, drawing or painting pictures, singing songs or creating stories can all help children communicate their feelings and help them learn to manage them. When feelings are mentionable, they become more manageable, for all of us.

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