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Resources for Educators & Parents to Talk to Children About Jan. 6.

Complied by Elissa Malespina, School Librarian

Parenting Resources / Teaching Resources / Helpful Related Information

Teaching Resources to Help Students Make Sense of the Rampage at the Capitol. From the New York Times: Dozens of lesson plan ideas, activities and Times materials for exploring the causes and consequences of this assault on democracy in the United States.

National Geographic: How to talk with your kids about the chaos at the Capitol

National Association of School Psychologists: How to talk with kids about violence

ABC News: After Capitol breach, 5 tips to talk to kids

ADL Education: Discussing political violence and extremism with young people - includes multi-faceted, informative resources related to the January 6th

What is the 25th Amendment? Interactive Constitution from the National Constitution Center

What are Sedition Charges? 'Sedition': A Complicated History

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