Parent Survival Kit: Resources, Links and Stuff to Support
What to do if your child misses Wild Roots
Pro Tip#1 Serve rice cakes and nut butter. Allow child to prepare this snack themselves
Pro Tip#2 Provide things for your child to "HOST" tea for the family. Request a tea song or two.
What to do when you really need to get some work done
Remember that young children love to hear the same stories over and over. Rather than watching the same show over and over, or looking for something new or novel to entertain them, allow them to listen to a story from one of these recommended story sites. Children will likely want to listen to the same story repeatedly and when they are really done, remember that in a few weeks or a month, they might want to hear it again!
If you need any specific survival tips, feel free to email us, we got your back!
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Wild Roots staff authors include Erin Boehme, Lia Grippo, CJ Cintas, Anne McCarthy, Tyler Starbard, Jenn Sepulveda, Heather Young, Amalia Smith Hale, Natalia Pareja...