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In the Classroom

These lessons were created to provide teachers with multiple entry points for dealing with children's experiences of death, dying and the afterlife. The following lessons will be useful in helping children deal with the death or illness of a family member, friend, or pet, as well as media-reported deaths, including those of celebrities and victims of mass tragedies.

Grief and Loss  
Afterlife

Elementary K-5

Grades 6-12

Elementary K-5

Grades 6-12


Ideas for Parents

To aid in discussing these issues with your entire family, check out the special section for parents which includes books to read, discussion topics, and activities to do with your children.

Community Discussion and Outreach

The KQED Community Partnership Department has gathered together a complement of discussion guides which provide activities and discussion topics to help facilitate conversations on death, dying, and the afterlife in your own community. There is also a comprehensive listing of Bay Area activities planned around the With Eyes Open series broadcast.


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