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The Little Lion Who Lost Someone

an educational story about grief

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Ages: 6 - 11

Devices: Mobile, Tablet, or Desktop

Topics: Grief

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Description

Lion is a normal kid who loves soccer, drawing, and playing with friends. But recently, after a loved one died, things have become more difficult. Follow along as Lion learns about death, grief, and how to cope.

Notice: The Little Lion Who Lost Someone openly discusses death and dying. Before sharing this resource, please review the material and use your professional judgment to determine its appropriateness. As every child develops differently, our listed age ranges are only suggestions. Discussion Points

My Experience: How have Lion's experiences been similar to those of your client? How have they been different?

Healthy Grieving: During grief, Lion learns about the importance of talking to others, finding a way to remember their loved one, and continuing to practice enjoyable activities. How are your client and their family responding to grief? Might any of Lion's healthy grieving techniques be helpful?

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