The easy guide to explaining truly scary geopolitical events to your kids without freaking them out

by ParentCo. July 13, 2015

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We have long debated how much our children should actually know about the world around them, including the unpleasant stuff—Islamic State, Charleston, and so on. It seems time for a broader set of sensible guidelines—a way to look at the world not only in terms of basic personal security and aspiration, but with insight into how things work in the big picture. Oh yes, and while not frightening them.
Read the full article on Quartz: The easy guide to explaining truly scary geopolitical events to your kids without freaking them out


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