Foster Club Coloring Book

 
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FosterClub has created a coloring book designed just for kids entering the foster care system. With coloring pages and activities like puzzles, mazes, and more, this book is the coolest way to learn about foster care!

Foster Cub helps foster parents, case workers, courts, advocates, and other supportive adults talk to children about foster care:

  • Provides an introduction to foster care and decreases fears about entering care
  • Empowers a child to ask questions and provides supportive adults with child-friendly answers
  • Offers conversation-starters to help improve communication during a traumatic time
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