Downloads

Throughout ParentFurther.com, you’ll find various downloadable resources, like tip sheets, discussion guides, activities, and fact sheets. We’ve collected all of those resources, and a few more, on this page for your convenience. Download them to use or to share with others!

10 Minutes Together: 2 Quick Independence Day Activities

This Independence Day, make time to teach your kids about why the holiday is so important beyond grilling out and summer fun. If you’re pressed for time, try these 10-minute activities.

Name that Song!

Download to use with the Name that Song! activity.

Bullying and Resilience Parent Toolkit

Download this toolkit to use alongside our Bullying and Resilience webinar.

Anti-Bullying Action Steps for Schools and Educators

Anti-Bullying Action Steps for Schools and Educators

Anti-Bullying Action Steps for Parents

Anti-Bullying Action Steps for Parents

Anti-Bullying Action Steps for Caring Community Members

Anti-Bullying Action Steps for Caring Community Members

Recognizing Bullying: Signs of Bullying

Did you know that there are four, specific characteristics that can qualify a situation as bullying?

Conflict is Normal: Ages 10-14

In this stage, adults need to see themselves as guides—almost “gatekeepers”—for children.

Conflict is Normal: Ages 6-9

At this stage, adults don’t need to step into every conflict situation, but ongoing interaction with children about their word choices and their actions is very appropriate.

Conflict is Normal: Ages 15-18

In this stage, adults need to see themselves as role models for teens and every interaction with teens could be a learning experience.