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    Great new strategy for teaching resilience! As a companion kit to the children’s resilience coloring book, 18 resilience magnets can now be featured on your refrigerator door or classroom wall with an accompanying set of 50 word magnets describing each resilience card. The 18 magnets are each 2.5 x 3.5 inches, the same size as the deck of cards, and the 50 word magnets, which tear apart individually, come as a 5.5 x 5.5 in square set. The idea is that a parent or teacher can feature one resilience strategy a week, and help the child select one or more of the smaller magnets to describe that strategy. Many words focus on feelings, emotions and vocabulary that promote an understanding and use of resilience building blocks.
  • Available exclusively from Children’s Resilience Initiative™, the 24" x 36" poster displays the 42 colorful Resilience building block cards, in addition to the 10 ACE cards. They look great in classrooms and hallways! Available in English & Spanish!
  • Use this template to create your own hands-on tool for helping children, students, clients, partners, parents, teachers (OK, ALL of us!) to identify their brain state!  Free! Do not add the item to your cart, simply click here to download!
  • Enjoy  tips, quotes and strategies that build your working knowledge and practice of the ACE, brain development, resilience and self-care research into daily practice!
    Each Monday features a "Did You Know?" tip. Tuesday focuses on a "Resilience" fact. Wednesday features a "Quote" from the many authors we have read. Thursday is a "Community Capacity" strategy. Friday features a "Self-Care"strategy to strengthen personal growth and mastery.
  • A practical guide to community action to reduce ACEs and foster Resilience in your community. The Community Action Toolbox and Building a Work Plan sections offers the lessons learned during our community mobilization work on ACEs and Resilience.
  • Available exclusively from Children’s Resilience Initiative™, this is a handy take home sheet for parents, with selected Resilience Tips and a reframing segment parents find helpful in changing key “mental models” about discipline. Available in Spanish!
  • What a great way to mark a book, with our Resilience Six Tips Bookmark! Six of the most important resilience-building strategies are highlighted on this 2.25″ x 8.5” brightly colored card stock item. An important message about promoting the language of resilience is included. Great for libraries and schools too!
  • Available exclusively from the Children’s Resilience Initiative™! Your child’s earliest experiences will determine how happy, successful and effective they will become as an adult. You, as their first teacher, have a powerful role to play in their development.
  • Free! Available exclusively from Children’s Resilience Initiative™, this brochure offers a brief introduction to ACEs and Resilience, with quick facts and helpful ideas.  Available in English and Spanish. Free!  Do not add the item to your cart, simply click here to download in English and here in Spanish!
  • This unique  5.5” x 8.5” booklet was designed to provide a crisp, concise description of each ACE in friendly, accessible language. Important facts are provided in ‘Did You Know?” segments, along with Resilience strategies that emphasize the foundational message of hope and healing. The booklet contains both English and Spanish descriptions of each ACE.
  • Geared for elementary-aged children, this coloring book, available exclusively from Children’s Resilience Initiative™, uses age-appropriate language to teach 18 Resilience Building Blocks. Appropriate for both parents and teachers to use in conjunction with material in the handbook. Available in Spanish
  • Yo-ho matey, are you ready for the pirate-themed Resilience Treasure Hunt kit? We have created everything you need to host an energetic, lively event where children and parents can practice ten critical resilience building block strategies.

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