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How do you talk to kids about war?

Hey there,

How do you talk to kids about war? In these uncertain, difficult times, we are all grappling with the frightening news generated by global conflicts, like the ongoing situation in Ukraine.

Talking to your kids about war and conflict might seem daunting and uncomfortable. But with regular exposure to images, stories, and media, children may be left with questions about what is happening in the world.

We have produced a handout as a resource to help kids navigate this difficult subject with tips from our experts, followed by illustrated social-emotional vocabulary around compassion, empathy, and solidarity.

With our guide, we have also included a list of helpful links. They include other digital resources, as well as organisations to donate to. Mrs Wordsmith has committed to donating 20% of our April book sales towards humanitarian relief in Ukraine.

This handout was made to be shared. Please feel free to print or email a copy for friends, family, or colleagues that might find it useful.

Best wishes,

The Mrs Wordsmith Team

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