Resources from EPIC -- Every Person Influences Children, Inc.
EPIC -- Every Person Influences Children, Inc. currently has 5 resource(s) in the NCPIE database.
To order a resource, please contact EPIC -- Every Person Influences Children, Inc..1000 Main Street
Buffalo NY 14202
Contact: Vito Borrello
Contact E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Address: www.epicforchildren.org
Resource Title: Building Your Child's Success in School Book
Description: This 80-page book is filled with easy everyday activities for parents to do with their children (ages 4-10), building the parent/child relationship, while encouraging reading, critical thinking, writing, and building good character.
Resource Title: Creating Home-School Partnership & Parent Involvement Resource Guide
Description: This guide offers "best practices" guidelines for creating home-school partnerships and parent involvement in schools. Tools for a school self-assessment, analysis of strengths and needs, and the creation of a parent involvement plan are provided.
Resource Title: EPIC Parenting Manuals
Description: EPIC offers programs for Parents of Infants and Toddlers, Parents of Young Children, Parents of Young Adolescents, and a Family Literacy Series - Ready, Set, Read. Manuals provide activities and information to help parents raise responsible children.
Resource Title: Just for Teens Parent & Facilitator Manuals
Description: Just for Teens curriculum addresses the needs of participants as teens & as parents. Activities ranging from 30-60 minutes cover 24 topics in 4 main areas: Fundamental Parenting Skills, Bonding with Your Child, Relationships, & Personal Well-being.
Resource Title: Pathways to Character PK-8 Resource Guides for Teachers
Description: The teacher guides, grades PK-8, integrate character education into classroom instruction. The activities, tied to NYS learning standards, promote nine character traits which impact responsible behavior, effective decision-making, and civility.
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