Miami Herald: How to talk to your children about politics — and respect of others’ views
Our society will likely become more polarized politically. It is vital that children have the tools to navigate this new world as they move into adolescence and adulthood. To accomplish this, parents need to introduce political dialogue to their children in an age-appropriate fashion. It is not something to shy away from, but rather a learning opportunity for your children. These talks will help children develop their reasoning, critical thinking and social skills.