Parent Tip of the Week: Creating Connections

Published on May 04, 2020

Español / Soomaali

Sometimes even though a family is in the same home they may be feeling disconnected.  You might have loved ones you have not seen in a long time and your children miss them. This week we are sharing with you some ideas to help connect with those you love.

  • Go outside and find something that reminds you of someone you love. Share this with them.
  • Thank 3 people you are grateful to and tell them why.
  • Choose a favorite song(s) and enjoy a spontaneous dance party.
  • Design and create a musical instrument from items in your home. Enjoy sharing them with a concert.
  • Write thank you notes/texts to people you love telling them how they have made a difference in your life.

For more ideas, check out this free printable calendar.

We're Here For You

Remember, the ELS team is here to support you and want to hear from you! Please reach out to any of the following staff:
 

Emily Conigliaro, parent educator econigliaro@isd271.org 952-681-6228
Eve Clarke, parent educator eclarke@isd271.org 952-681-6973
Sarah Sundberg Perry, parent educator ssundbergperry@isd271.org para español, 952-681-6256
Debra Goebel, ECFE coordinator and parent educator dgoebel@isd271.org 952-681-6257
Melissa Nesbitt, school psychologist mnesbitt@isd271.org 952-806-8940
Livia VanHorne, school social worker lvanhorne@isd271.org 952-806-8939