Lesson: Teaching Our Kids to Be Positive in Their Communication Online and In-Person
Children learn communication skills from their parents, teachers, family members, friends, and the media–including social media. It is good for children to learn how to have open communication with people in front of them and those behind a screen. Open communication allows people to express themselves and feel they are being heard. Parents are ultimately in charge of teaching their children healthy communication skills, and how to stay clear of negative communication that can harm them or the people around them.
- Empower parents with information to help their children learn skills that will help them have honest open communication and develop healthy relationships.
- Teach kids positive communication skills both online and offline, and how to have open communication with you as their parent.
- Start a dialogue with your child that helps them understand why positive communication is important.
30 Days to A Stronger Child provides even more helpful lessons and ideas to help your children develop other important skills that will help them throughout their lives.