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Tips for talking to kids about immigration (from Parentmap.com):
Start with your own learning. The more you educate yourself, the more you can teach your kids.
Be age-appropriate. Ask your child questions to make sure you are addressing the real issue they are curious about.
Be reassuring. Kids need to feel safe and know that parents are there for them. Don’t sugarcoat the truth, but do let kids know that they can help the people who are already working to make things better.
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