November FCS News
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Family Consumer Science
November 2022 Newsletter
Slowing Down the Restless Child
Children’s behavior can sometimes get out of control, and whatever tactics you use to calm them down just don’t work. Here are a couple of suggestions for those times that may provide both you and your child with space to quiet
down and regain control.
- Read to her. Is there a favorite book she loves to hear? Take the opportunity to sit close to her as you read.
- Tell her stories about herself when she was young, and stories about
yourself when you were her age.
- Keep a collection of colored chalk or magic markers that are used only on special occasions such as “quiet time.”
- Remind your child that you love her. Tell her at least two good reasons why.
Eat Smart, Move More… Maintain, don’t gain! Holiday Challenge
Learn more about the Challenge
Medicare Part D (Drug) Open Enrollment Continues
If you have a Medicare Part D (drug) plan you would like to get reviewed, if you think you’d like to change plans or if you think you may qualify for Extra Help (based on income and assets), you have from now until December 7. Contact your local SHIIP Counselor to set up an appointment. Any changes will come into effect January 1, 2023. Consultations are FREE and you will meet with highly trained volunteers from the NC Department of Insurance. We do NOT sell insurance. We provide unbiased information that help you make decisions that are best for you. Give us a call!
You Had Me at Sweet Potato!
We live in the South.It’s Fall. What’s better than a Buttermilk Biscuit this time of year??If you said Sweet Potato Biscuits, we’re thinking alike! Come on out and learn how to make Sweet Potato Biscuits from scratch. But wait! How about some Honey Butter to slather them in?? If this sounds like something you NEED to know, sign up today. Cost is $10 per person and is due by November 10. You might want to bring your apron since the flour will be flying!
Call 796-1581 or email Dee Furlough at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up.
Family & Consumer Sciences Extension Agent
N.C. Cooperative Extension – Tyrrell County Center
407 Martha Street, PO Box 209
Columbia, NC 27925
Office – 252.796.1581 Fax – 252.796.2881