What’s buzzing at P.S.101Q?

  • P.S.101Q’s PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION REFERENCEGUIDE

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    Be sure to read about the upcoming school year.
    Click here: 2020-2021

January 2021

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  • Spring 2021 Virtual After School Program, Click here to see our VIRTUAL spring 2021 after after-school programs
  • COVID Resources

  • Supporting Children’s Emotional Well-being During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Child Trends
  • How to Talk to Your Child about the Coronavirus, Kids Health
  • Multilingual Coronavirus Resources, Colorín Colorado
  • Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Resource, National Association of School Psychologists
  • Promoting Positive Mental Health for Teens Feeling Isolated, Erika’s Lighthouse
  • Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope with the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), National Child Traumatic Stress Network
  • Racism and Activism

  • CNN/Sesame Street town hall to learn about racism. (best for lower grades)
  • embracerace.org lists 31 children’s books to support conversations on race, racism and resistance.
  • Bounceback parenting blog has a curated list of resources including books, activities, and media for talking to kids of all ages about race and racism.
  • The Brown Bookshelf promotes awareness of children’s books (picture, middle grade, and young adult) written and illustrated by people of color.
  • New York Family recently compiled a list called Resources and Books to Help Parents Educate Themselves on Racism.
  • A free e-book from Teaching Tolerance, Beyond the Golden Rule: A Parent’s Guide to Preventing and Responding to Prejudice has stories and conversation starters for ages 2-5, 6-12, and 13 and up.
  • A New Jersey teacher started this viral list of children's books about race on the popular website ScaryMommy.com.
  • Articles or blog posts
  • Commonsense Media’s “Explaining the News to Our Kids” breaks down how to have difficult conversations with kids of different ages.
  • The American Academy of Pediatrics shares advice for families on how to talk to their children about racism.
  • embracerace.org has articles, topic pages, and webinars to help parents talk about race with young children (best for elementary).
  • The Anti-Defamation League has tips for a table talk about racism for kids 11 and older (best for middle or high school).
  • Healthychildren.org offers advice for parents talking to children about racial bias.
  • Talking to Kids About George Floyd” from Child Mind Institute takes a commonsense approach to a difficult topic.
  • The American Psychological Association initiative on Defining Race and Ethnic Socialization has parent resources on having discussions about race with children of all ages.