Ask your child what he or she believes in most. Find out why.
With your child, identify the adults he or she enjoys being with. Then find ways to support these friendships >>
Practice ways your child can resist negative peer pressure. Here are some things for you to try >>
Find out what gets your child excited to jump out of bed in the morning. Start some “spark conversations” with your child >>
Set clear rules for how you want your child to act. Then have clear consequences when those rules are violated.
Attend a cultural event as a family. Become more familiar with people of different backgrounds. Get more tips for teaching kids to value diversity >>
Teach your kids the positive values you think are important. Explain why.
Talk about why spirituality matters to your family or families that you know.
Ask your child about his or her day. Find out the worst thing that happened and the best.
Curl up with your child and a good book today. Or share one of your favorite books with your teenager.
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