How to Help Kids Adapt to a New Normal with the Coronavirus
Our kids are home indefinitely. Classes are cancelled. Parties, sporting events and extracurriculars – all gone for now. Many of our pantries look like we are waiting for a hurricane to hit.
So how are we supposed to help our kids not panic?
How are we supposed to help our kids develop a new routine and not go stir crazy?
How are we supposed to keep our own anxiety in check so it doesn’t rub off on our children?
In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast I explore all these struggles and try to help shine a light in what can feel at times like a deep hole of darkness.
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Kid/Teen YouTube Video: Adapting to the New Normal:
Here are other resources on how to help kids understand the Coronavirus:
Other Resources to Help Support Learning and Structure at Home:
Amazon Kindle: 2 Months of unlimited access free (be careful with the fine print, it will auto renew after two months)
Outschool: Online classes for kids (academic, life skills, art, hobbies)
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