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Art and Mindfulness: Stress Relief for Kids

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Since the Covid-19 pandemic, children’s lives have changed dramatically. Classes and sporting activities are canceled, events are postponed, and they must be socially distant from friends. These challenging circumstances may create additional stress for children. Consider art and mindfulness to help your child manage stress.

Get Creative with At-Home Science

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As parents continue to adjust to the new normal of teaching their children at home, we want to help. Our science experts have created a guide filled with ideas for incorporating science into your children’s everyday life.

Practice Practical Math

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Adding the role of teacher to parental obligations has many adults stretched thin these days. Parents, take comfort in the fact that engaging your children in math does not require late nights learning Common Core. Use this time at home to practice practical math skills that are applicable to everyday life situations. This weekly schedule provides a great starting point to practice skills including money, telling time, measurement, number sense, and problem solving.

Fortifying ELA Skills at Home

reading, ELA, English Language Arts, distance learning

These days, schooling looks entirely different. Many parents have become makeshift teachers, which can be quite overwhelming, depending on the situation. Fortunately, you don’t have to be an expert to fortify skills in English language arts at home.

Create an Art Journal

art, social emotional, distance learning

As the COVID-19 quarantine continues, consider helping your child create an art journal to express themselves. This fun and versatile art project is easy to create using different art media like collage, crayons, pastels, paint, or pencil. Here's a guide for getting started.

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