Helping kids address their self-care needs supports their current well-being and leads to healthy habits lasting into adulthood.
Whether it’s hide-and-seek in your yard or a board game in the family room, playing can activate the mind and body.
Craft a mobile. Draw outside with sidewalk chalk. Make up a story. Express yourself by creating art!
Screen time can be beneficial when kids watch programs that help them learn and grow.
Take a virtual family trip. Online tours mean you can enjoy the world’s wonders without leaving your house.
The National Mental Health Innovation Center partnered with others in the creation of a parental viewing guide for the Pixar movie Inside Out to help engage children in conversations about feelings and emotions.
LEARNING AT HOME
With a variety of digital resources available for kids, the whole family can learn at home.