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Coping with

Our hearts go out to all who have been infected by COVID-19 and those whose lives have been disrupted by this pandemic. We’ve compiled these online resources, including tips for talking to children and resources to support children’s learning during this time.

Support Writing at Home

Young children like to scribble, make marks that look like letters, and play with writing. Chances are, your child will experiment with writing long before he or she learns to read. Here are some ways to help your child learn about and practice writing.

Boy Coloring

Math in the Bath

Bath time is perfect for exploring math with your young child! Not only do you have each other’s full attention, but the learning can be hands on, playful, and messy.

Rubber Duckies

8 Tips for Creating Homemade Books

A powerful way to interest young children in reading books is to make books about their routines, families, life events and vacations. It’s a keepsake for you and a conversation starter for your child. It’s also an inexpensive way to help your child learn to love books.

Storage containers for art and craft

Rich conversations help to build your child’s language and literacy development. Try the following activities the next time you are doing a load of laundry.

Baby Laundry Hanging on a Clothesline
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