Building Healthy Relationships with Media: A Parent’s Guide to Media Literacy

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This guide from the National Association for Media Literacy Education offers strategies for teaching media literacy to children. It advises parents to encourage their children to ask questions when analyzing media messages.

"Buliding Healthy Relationships with Media" offers guidance on how parents can teach their kids about media literacy by encouraging them to ask questions. The guide provides several example conversations.

Download guide from namle.net for guidance on teaching children to think critically.

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