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Your child should be in charge of the method of talking about adoption in the preschool classroom

Adoption Goes to Preschool

Adoption Goes to Preschool

Sometimes, a behind-the-scenes talk with the teacher better serves your child than a class presentation.

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Mother and son teaching "Adoption 101"

“Adoption 101 in Room 26”

When presenting adoption to 10-year-olds, the teacher's cooperation and your child's involvement are key.

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Two children before their mother's adoption presentation

“Just Like Mrs. Bear”

With the right props and preparation, my adoption presentation to my son's first-grade class went wonderfully. He was proud to be a part of it, and I was proud of him.

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How can you introduce adoption to your child's classmates?

Explaining Adoption in the Classroom

AF readers share their tips and tricks for bring adoption to their kids' classrooms.

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Adoption expert Lois Melina on talking with adopted children about unknown birth family information

When Parents are the Educators

Raising adoption awareness at school can protect your child from thoughtless remarks and benefit classmates, teachers, and the school community. Just be sure to tread lightly and respect boundaries, especially your child’s.

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