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Hello Emily,

I hope your friend can find something useful in the links to follow:

Resources for Parents

  1. ACEs Connection: Resilience During a Pandemic
  2. Brainpop: Coronavirus (A kid friendly video)
  3. Common Sense Media Family Resources
  1. Common Sense created Wide Open School to offer resources to support kids' educational, emotional, and physical development. It includes sections such as academic supports, emotional well-being practices, and children with special needs.
  1. Helping Children Cope with Emergencies
  2. How to prepare for school closures without losing your mind
  3. Live Science: Tips for handling work and kids during COVID-19 isolation
  4. National Child Traumatic Stress Network:

    Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope With the Coronavirus Disease 2019

  1. NPR: What Kids Want To Know About Coronavirus: An Original Comic : Goats and Soda
  2. Scholastic: a 'Learn from Home' website

      Scholastic has set up with articles, stories, videos, and fun learning challenges for kids

      ranging from PreK to middle school and beyond. Each section is already equipped with

      one week of content for students. These are free daily courses.

  1. Support for Families of Children with Disabilities

support for families of SPED students. phone line support and virtual groups, training, and other referrals. Eng, Span, Chin. (; 415-282-7494)

  1. The Bayview Opera House has posted β€œThe New Normal” series to its Facebook page -

       a set of short play readings dealing with the fallout of the crisis in a humorous way.

  1. The Greater Good Science Center: How School Closures Can Strengthen Your Family
  2. The Mighty: Helping Children With Disabilities Understand the Coronavirus
  3. The National Child Traumatic Stress Network:

      Simple Activities for Children and Adolescents

  1. Sesame Street in Communities:

      Home - Sesame Street in Communities - Sesame Street in Communities

  1. St. Joseph’s Children Health:

Resources for at home learning

  1. (Learn how to code with Scratch. Program your own interactive stories, games, and animations and share your creations with others in the online community)

  1. (Online Typing instruction and games)
  2. (Board Game Ideas)
  3. Amazing Educational Resources (Education Companies offering free resources)
  4. (Online personalized learning resource for youth)
  5. Freckle (Online skill building in multiple content areas)

  1. (Free resources aligned with content standards and organized by grade level)

  1. Apps that act like math and science tutors for homework help
  2. What to watch, read and play while your kids are stuck indoors
  3. Free workouts from YMCA!
  4. Free YouTube Workouts from PopSugar Fitness
  5. Indoor activities for kids from thriftyhandmadedays
  6. Learning Without Tears - Free accounts offered for 90 days with books, lessons, demonstrations of letter and number formations, music, videos, stories, and more.

  1. Ready Rosie Toolkit for Families - Information and resources for supporting your children. Ver en EspaΓ±ol

  1. Reading and activities from the award winning book, Zoey and Sassafras
  2. Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems!

Learners worldwide can draw, doodle and explore new ways of writing by visiting an artists studio virtually once a day for the next few weeks.

  1. New Exploratorium Activities for at-home and online learning

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