Helping Children Cope with Social Distancing
This long weekend is often a time for social gatherings. But this year, there are good reasons to continue social distancing. How can you help children understand and cope?
Find tips in:
- Five Tips to Make the Most of Video Chats – Zero to Three
- Helping children and teens cope with social isolation – BC Children’s Hospital
- How to cope with social distancing during COVID-19 – Kids Help Phone
- Online Playdates, Game Nights, and Other Way to Socialize at a Distance – Common Sense Media
Something Strange Happened in My City: A COVID-19 Social Story for Young Children is a free picture e-book that helps explain COVID-19, including social distancing.
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