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free resources

It's important that kids and their grownups have access to resources that help them to grow and thrive as a family. Below is an ever-growing library of everything from guides to coloring pages to printables for your home. Enjoy!


resources for adoptive caregivers

Adoption is, in itself, a trauma for a child. As such, it's critical that caregivers for these children be informed about how to care for someone who has undergone a trauma so early in life. It impacts brain development, social and emotional skills, and behavior. Adoptees deserve for their caregivers to be prepared and educated around these issues so that they can be given a home in which they are seen, understood, and cared for.


becoming an

anti-racist family

It is crucial that families talk early and often about issues of race and inequality. We've put together a brief three-part guide for parents and families to help begin conversation and action toward anti-racism.

mlk jr. coloring page

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day serves as a reminder that we all have a role to play in bringing justice for all. We can fight for racial equality together! Use the coloring page here to get a conversation started in your family about the ways you can work together to fight for justice. 

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amanda gorman coloring page

Poet laureate, Amanda Gorman wrote, "The Hill We Climb" which she read at the 2021 Presidential Inauguration. We were so inspired by her words that we wanted to create a coloring page from the last few lines.

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going to
the doctor

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feelings worksheets


daily routine


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body safety rules

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differences posters (18"x24")



at home

We are thrilled to offer these resources at no charge to you.

If you would like to make a small donation to say "thank you," you can do so through Venmo below.

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