It's a whole new world we're living in right now, but it doesn't have to be scary. Here are a few resources we found to help talk to your kids about Coronavirus and how to stay healthy.
And please remember: You Are Enough.
The Human Rights Campaign offers ways to help your child's mental health, opens a new window during this time.
Why We Stay Home: Suzie Learns About Coronavirus by Samantha Harris, Devon Scott and Harriet Rodis. Watch a reading of the book here, opens a new window.
When Kids Ask About the News from Arapahoe Libraries.
The Colorado Department of Education has a comprehensive collection of resources, opens a new window. You can find everything here: free meals for children, how to clean toys, virtual storytimes, information for kids about COVID-19, information for parents about COVID-19 and free educational activities for children.
Sesame Street in Communities, opens a new window offers several resources about common issues parents face, including health emergencies.
Dr. Roy Benaroch, The Pediatric Insider, has a few recommendations for nurturing children during this time.
Tips for Families: Coronavirus, opens a new window from Zero to Three
How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus, opens a new window from PBS for Parents
Coronavirus (COVID-19): How to Talk to Your Child, opens a new window from KidsHealth.org
2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), opens a new window and Hand Washing: A Powerful Antidote to Illness, opens a new window from HealthyChildren.org
Keep on being the amazing parents you are during this time. You've got this!