Í:iah árok
Onwá:ri Gordon ronwati’nikonhraientahtén:Nis tsi ní:ioht ne ratiksa’okòn:’a ronatehiahrónkie. Tsi nikahá:wi thí:ken ronatehiahrónkie tsionkwè:tak ne kaksà:ta aoná:wen.

Onwá:ri Gordon ietharáhkhwa tsi niiorihowá:nen ne aiakó:ta’we


Ón:wari Gordon iakotharáhkwen tsi niiorihowá:nen ne ahonatero’seraién:take ne ratiksa’okòn:’a tánon oh ní:ioht ne ronwatiio’okòn:’a tahonwatihshwanéta ne ratiksa’okòn:’a tsi ní:ioht tsi enhontero’seronniánion tsi nikarì:wes kahnhratarí:nes.

Kheiehiahrón:kie tsi nikarì:wes COVID-19 kahnhratarí:nes:  Tsi Ionteweienstáhkhwa Tehonatate’nikónhrhare

As children begin to return to school, Mary provides guidance for parents on talking to children about anxiety and fear.

Talking to your child about racism
COVID-19 and the BLM movement make conversations with your children about this historic time essential. Mary offers parents support as they help children understand the world and lets them know there are ways through this tumultuous time – especially together.
Taetewahtharónnion tóka shí:ken aionkhikaré:wahte

Parents are struggling during COVID-19. Mary Gordon has a message about sharing that with your children. Children know you’re feeling stressed – they’re feeling it too. Sometimes, admitting it gives them an opportunity to express their feelings too.

Parents as teachers

Mary Gordon offers some thoughts and comfort to parents who find themselves in the new role of “teacher.” As she says, your role as teacher isn’t that new. You were your child’s first teacher – and you always will be.

Reducing fears in the face of COVID-19

Mary Gordon sends a message to all parents, all caregivers, all of us who care for children on how to ease children’s anxieties as they watch and listen to how adults react to the coronavirus pandemic.