Useful Stuff

Awaken ancient forms and play within them,
Sift gold amidst the wreckage of your slumber;
Renew your passions, maybe Pinterest pin them,
Tell that one toxic friend, ‘Yo, lose my number.’
The day is clear, a new day is aborning;
And so are you, perpet’ually. Gmorning.

– Lin-Manual Miranda, Gmorning, Gnight!

Want to talk about climate care on a nature walk? Wondering how to meditate with your kids? Need a resource for practicing lament after a death? You’ve reached the right place.

Our tools are research-based and tested by real families with real kids in the midst of messy real life. You’ll find hands-on materials and guides for engaging spirituality. No matter your experience or knowledge base, this stuff provides your how-to.

  • Exploring Family Relationships with Trolls Band Together

    Movies and commercials often highlight traditional families and focus on the joys of being together. But real families are complicated and not always places of comfort and happiness.

    Kindness Trees

    “No, no, no!” said the preschool teacher as she rushed over to a child threatening to hit a playmate.

  • El Día de Los Muertos

    Hobgoblins, witches, and ghosts are staples of Halloween, celebrated with glee by children throughout North America. But families of Latin American descent often combine their trick-or-treating with the festivities of an adjacent holiday: Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead).

    Exploring Change with Where is Home, Daddy Bear?

    My family moved when I was a child. For the first 6 months, I refused to call the new house ‘home’.

  • Exploring Community with The Eras Tour Movie

    Moviegoers are sporting a special look this fall. Glittery shirts and jackets. Purple jerseys with the number 13 on the back.

    Talking about the Israel/Palestine Conflict with Children

    After the 9/11 terrorist attack, my four year old asked, “Mommy, were there children on those planes?” I responded that there were people of all ages,