Parenting & Child Care (Online education resources, etc)
Updated: Sep 4
It's hard enough to keep up when you are a student and a parent transitioning with online learning during COVID-19 as a family. These resources we collected are available to help cope with the changes and useful to share as well as practice everyday with you and your kids.
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) can affect children and young people directly and indirectly. Beyond getting sick, many young people’s social, emotional, and mental well-being has been impacted by the pandemic. Trauma faced at this developmental stage can continue to affect them across their lifespan.
Some of the challenges children and young people face during the COVID-19 pandemic relate to:
Changes in their routines (e.g., having to physically distance from family, friends, worship community)
Breaks in continuity of learning (e.g., virtual learning environments, technology access and connectivity issues)
Breaks in continuity of health care (e.g., missed well-child and immunization visits, limited access to mental, speech, and occupational health services)
Missed significant life events (e.g., grief of missing celebrations, vacation plans, and/or milestone life events)
Lost security and safety (e.g., housing and food insecurity, increased exposure to violence and online harms, threat of physical illness and uncertainty for the future)
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Child Care Resources
Sittercity verified August 24, 2020 Find local child, senior, & pet care providers for your family with a free search.(Includes virtual options as well) 30% off for parents who join today!
State by State Resource Map verified April 24, 2020 Childcare Aware offers a national map that provides updated information about childcare programs in your state as well as resources available during COVID-19.
National Diaper Bank Network verified April 24, 2020 The National Diaper Bank Network helps families in need identify local resources to help provide diapers and other basic necessities in your community. Available in 24/7 by calling 2-1-1 or visit 211.org.
Online Education Resources
Parent Center Hub verified April 21, 2020 Center for Parent Information and Resources updates new information, resources, and online learning tools for families during the coronavirus.
Wide Open School verified April 21, 2020 Wide Open School provides a free collection of online learning resources for kids from K-12, including offline activities as well as bilingual and English-language learner resources.
Mommy Poppins verified April 21, 2020 Mommy Poppins provides a list of 50 indoor activities to do as a family!
Amazing Educational Resources verified April 21, 2020 This resource platform is an active spreadsheet with a variety of K-12 resources offering free subscriptions and more.
GoNoodle verified April 21, 2020 GoNoodle: Good Energy at Home is a free online resource for kids and families . They offer yoga, mindfulness videos, daily activities, and more to do at home.
All Digital School verified August 24, 2020 The Largest Community of Educators & Directory of Resources Online.
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