A Mentor’s Perspective: Beginning with Excitement (and Nerves)   

Written by a Kids Hope USA mentor beginning her first year of mentoring    Mentoring Day 1   It was a Wednesday. The first day that I’d meet my Kids Hope USA student.  I’d been waiting for this day for a while. As someone who loves to learn and know details ahead of time, I learned …

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Why Greeting Routines Help Kids

Written by: Karen Mulder, Wisdom of the Wounded  Do you have any established routines with your KHUSA student? Many educators find that children respond well to a routine because research tells us that consistent, positive practices can reduce anxiety. When interacting with kids, I’ve found that they really enjoy knowing what to expect, especially if the routine is fun!   A Simple …

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