- Be a friend to your children's friends, and welcome them into your home.
- Monitor where your children are - even when they are teenagers. Actively seek support from your extended family, from neighbors, from a congregation, and from others in your network of friends.
- Talk over political issues with your teenagers, and let them help you make decisions on Election Day.
- Begin a scrapbook about your children before they are born. As they get older, have them help add to it.
- Find a community service activity that the whole family has interest in, and then pursue the opportunity. Follow-up the activity with a fun meal or barbecue.
- Tell your little brother or sister how excited you were when you found out they were on their way.
- Play with your child or toddler at eye level. Get down on the floor with them and have fun.
- Go as a family to different cultural events, and then talk about them afterwards.
- Take a community arts class as a family.
- Learn a different language with your children.
- Read to young children every day.
What Adults Can Do
What Young People Can Do
What Parents and Families Can Do
What Seniors Can Do