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RESOURCES & ADVICE

STORIES TO TELL WHAT IS HAPPENING

It is difficult sometimes with the youngest ones to find the words with which to explain the simple things. Explaining it to them through pictures can help them better understand what is happening. A good way to explain the current issue is through stories. We leave you several free resources:

“¡Hello! I am Coronavirus” by Manuela Molina (2 and 7 years old)

“Rosa contra el virus” by Editorial Sentir (4 y 10 años)

“Coronavirus no es un príncipe (ni una princesa)” by María Coco (flipbook)

Sources:
https://www.mindheart.co/descargables
https://editorialsentir.com/cuento-gratuito-rosa-contra-el-virus/
https://www.yumpu.com/es/document/read/63156813/coronavirus-no-es-un-principe-ni-una-princesa

TIPS TO HELP PARENTS COPE

Children thrive on routine and predictability, both of which are in short supply right now for families across the country and well beyond. Despite the uncertainty in the community, you still can try to foster an environment that includes as much routine and predictability as possible. Below are some tips to manage children’s increased time at home.

SUGGESTIONS FOR STAYING AT HOME AND WELLBEING

If you’ve been asked to stay at home and avoid other people, it might feel more difficult than usual to take care of your mental health and wellbeing. These are some ideas which may help: