Here are 3 quick tips on having a great spring with foster, adoptive, and kinship kids:
- Plan activities that are fun and engaging. Foster, adoptive, and kinship kids may have had a lot of instability and trauma in their lives, so it’s important to provide them with a safe and fun environment where they can just be kids. Some ideas for fun activities include going to the park, playing games, going on hikes, or having a picnic.
- Be patient and understanding. Foster, adoptive, and kinship kids may have had a lot of changes in their lives, so it’s important to be patient with them and understanding of their needs. They may not always be able to trust adults easily, so it’s important to build a relationship with them over time.
- Be a source of love and support. Foster, adoptive, and kinship kids need to know that they are loved and supported, even if they don’t have a permanent family. Let them know that you are there for them and that you will always be there to help them.
By following these tips, you can help foster kids have a great spring and a bright future.