Developmentally Appropriate

All skills related to safety are presented using kid-friendly language in ways that are not scary. Tools used, such as puppets and drawing, make the experience one they'll look forward to every month.

Inclusive

Both spoken English and sign language will be used. Care has been taken to include books that represent children from a variety of races, cultures, and ethnicities.

 

Research-based Strategies

Strategies such as role play, behavioral practice, and questioning will help children learn new skills and they'll be having so much fun, they won't even realize how much learning is happening!

 

March Book Club

Focus: What do I do to protect my heart from hurtful words?

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Meet Ms. Jen

Hello friends! I'm so excited you're considering joining my book club. I worked in Deaf Education in a variety of roles for 8 years before becoming an educational psychologist. Now I study how kids learn about physical and emotional safety and help parents and teachers all over the United States learn how to do it with kids in their lives. 

My friends and I are really excited to meet you, read lots of fun books, and learn all about how to stay safe in our bodies and hearts. 

If you're a grown up and want to learn more about me and the details, scroll down to the FAQs.

If you're a teacher and want some quick tips, check out this article I wrote for Odyssey magazine!

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