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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Have a child? Get a workbook.

There's a new page on the FLO website for parenting and children resources to help during an unaccompanied tour.  You can download children's workbooks online! These are PDF versions of the popular workbooks and you can print out the entire booklet or just the activities as you go. The books are divided by age group, from birth all the way up through high school. Parents – also download a copy of the appropriate parenting during a UT guide. There’s one for the parent/guardian staying with the child and one for the parent who’s on the unaccompanied tour. Also on this site are some articles and guides on coping skills for children. Please direct any questions, comments, or feedback to FLOaskUT@state.gov.

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