Keeping in Touch With Families During the COVID-19 Crisis
As teachers and role models, it’s important to continue to support the overall well-being and continued growth of children. As they experience constant change alongside the adults in their lives, providing enriching experiences should be the top priority. New programs, professional development opportunities, learning activities and more will support your efforts.
How to Talk with Children about Coronavirus Disease
This parent handout, from the National Association of School Psychologists and the National Association of School Nurses provides specific, age-appropriate guidance for parents to help children through this confusing time.
H is for Handwashing
A story parents or teachers can read with kids that shows how children from different cultures wash their hands. Contains tips for guiding questions as you read.
Shared Services Membership is Free
Shared Services membership is free for Early Education providers and provides many invaluable benefits, including:
- Links to age-appropriate videos, online books, audio files and apps to help kids process emotions and alleviate acting out
- An exhaustive list of fun and educational activities to keep kids moving
- Resources to help parents talk to children about their fears
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