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10 Free Educational Sites to Supplement Home Learning

10 Free Educational Sites to Supplement Home Learning

With most of the nation’s schools closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, many parents are left scrambling for ways to keep their kids engaged and learning for the rest of the school year. Fortunately, there are many free educational websites available to help ensure that your child’s education continues. The following free educational sites…
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How to Talk to Kids About the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic

How to Talk to Kids About the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic

Many adults are feeling anxious about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and managing those feelings is a real challenge. That challenge is more difficult for parents, who must also support their children through these extraordinary times. Disrupted routines, social distancing, and ever-gloomier media reports add to the strain, particularly for little ones. It can be difficult…
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10 Fun Indoor Activities for Kids Who Are Home from School

10 Fun Indoor Activities for Kids Who Are Home from School

With many of the nation’s schools now closed and families urged to practice “social distancing” due to the new coronavirus pandemic known as COVID-19, some kids may be feeling a bit cooped up at home. Make the most of your time together with some fun and educational indoor activities. Here are 10 popular indoor activities,…
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How to Recognize and Ease Kids’ Anxiety

How to Recognize and Ease Kids’ Anxiety

Distressing news is everywhere. Whether they see it on TV broadcasts, read about it on social media, or hear it at school, kids are not immune from learning about disturbing information or alarming world events, such as the spread of COVID19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. A continuing stream of bad news coupled…
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How Schools and Parents Should Prepare for the Coronavirus in the U.S.

How Schools and Parents Should Prepare for the Coronavirus in the U.S.

The new coronavirus began as a mysterious illness in China, but it has now spread to every continent, except Antarctica, and is responsible for more than 3,000 deaths. According to the New York Times, to date, thirteen states in the U.S. have reported cases of the disease. Although most cases of the new coronavirus have…
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