The family tree assignment is a perfect opportunity to answer your child's questions about adoption.
Some school assignments ask for details that make our kids feel uneasy. But you — and your child's teacher — can help.
Inclusive assignments help your grade-schooler, as well as her classmates, learn about their lives and the world around them.
We’re moving to a much smaller and less diverse town. I would like to talk to give an adoption talk at her school, but she seems embarrassed by this idea.
Though many schools support the ideas of diverse families and multiculturalism, adoption is rarely mentioned as one of the differences to be considered or part of a school curriculum. This book seeks to change that.
From requests for baby pictures to making family trees, adopted kids face challenges in the classroom. Here's how to help.