How do we get our kids to listen? Our success depends on our the framing effect: positive versus negative phrasing in parenting and advocacy.
Use this email template to encourage schools and libraries to add more picture books about Asians for diversity and inclusion.
We can encourage kids to wear cloth masks with cute and comfortable designs and by wearing masks ourselves! Here are masks that my kids like!
Tips from a psychologist on how to talk to Asian elders about racism and violence in English, Chinese, and Korean with free printables.
This is a practical starter guide to help parents and teachers learn how to talk to kids about racism including bilingual books and movies.
Effort and behavior-based praise are more effective than "good job". These examples in Chinese and English can empower our kids.
Music lessons are a big investment, and choosing the first instrument depends on budget, the child's age and development, and accessibility.
Saying "I love you" can feel awkward in Asian culture, but positive affirmations for kids in Chinese and English has many benefits.
Mental health consequences from racism and bullying are severe. Bullying prevention starts at home; here are tips and resources for parents.
Teaching minority languages to kids can be daunting, but here are 7 practical tips for tackling big challenges like bilingual parenting.