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Talking with Children about Tragedies
Helping Children Cope with Traumatic Events From Share My Lesson, this post contains valuable information on resources to assist in times of need.
How to Talk to Kids About Violence From the Washington Post's blog A School Survival Guide for Parents (and Everyone Else).
Talking and Teaching about the Shooting in Newtown, Connecticut From the New York Times Learning Network, there are links to numerous resources on helping children deal with terrible situations such as this.
Unspeakable Tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School From Edutopia, here is a selection of links to sites for helping our young deal with tragedy.