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Activities to Help Kids Through Deployment - mom.me

Activities to Help Kids Through Deployment

Activities to Help Kids Through Deployment - Military families need distraction, as well as connection

Explaining Deployment to Children

Veterans United Network

Talking to your children about deployment depends largely on their age & maturity level.

Free printable for common behavior in military kids after homecoming. Plus, how to help kids cope and transition.

Military Kids and Homecoming: How to Ease the Transition

i am in love with this - daddy dolls - to help children cope with the stresses of separation

DaddyDolls: The "Original" Daddy Dolls and Hug-A-Hero Dolls!

DOG TAGS, FREE (Dog Tags for Kids) - This is a grassroots effort to show our support for the troops and their families. We tried to think of something we could send Dad or Mom that they could easily send back to their kids. This is something easy to ship and something the kids can hang on to until Dad or Mom gets back home.

Dog Tags for Kids is dedicated to helping United States Service men and women in most harm’s way connect with their children at home. Specially engraved Dog Tags in the appropriate service color are provided FREE to the service members for their children.

Ideas to help military children cope with deployment by keeping them connected with long-term projects, activities and programs.

Veterans United Network

Dumb Dads, MILFs, and War Veterans: Highly Offensive Mom-- We love this piece!

another great book about mommy being deployed

On occasion Operation We Are Here receives books to give you, the military family.

HERO PACKS (Operation Military Kids) - Hero Packs serve as a tangible expression of support for Military Families from their communities and OMK Partners. Hero Packs are filled by non-military youth and community organizations with mementos and items designed to help keep military kids connected with their deployed parent. They are a way to hand-deliver a salute to military children and youth for their strength and sacrifices while parents are deployed.

HERO PACKS (Operation Military Kids) - Hero Packs serve as a tangible expression of support for Military Families from their communities and OMK Partners. Hero Packs are filled by non-military youth and community organizations with mementos and items designed to help keep military kids connected with their deployed parent. They are a way to hand-deliver a salute to military children and youth for their strength and sacrifices while parents are deployed.

Great books to help kids prepare for and stay connected during a deployment. Also help with frequent moves and PCS stress. Must haves for military kid libraries.

5 Tips to Help Kids Stay Connected During Deployment

You probably know that Kate, Jennie and I are all military families. We all have kids and we've all faced the challenges that deployments can bring.

Resources for children and deployment. SO MANY great programs!

AUSA Family Readiness provides a wide variety of programs for Army families and access to helpful resources and tools.

Custom Design: Near and Far Military Family Christmas Cards from Leslie Ann Jones | Faith + Life + Design (http://leslieannjones.com)

Custom Design: Near and Far Military Family Christmas Cards

Custom Design: Near and Far Military Family Christmas Cards from Leslie Ann Jones | Faith + Life + Design (http://leslieannjones.com)

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