COVID-19 Parent Resources

Just for Kids: A Comic Exploring the New Coronavirus, NPR  

Coronavirus Public Health Emergency: Psychological Tips for Children and Adolescents’ Emotions, Department of Human Sciences, University of Verona

Access free stress and anxiety management resources from the Center for Disease Control: .



The U.S. Army has created a free tutoring program that students can use while at home during this time of social distancing. The Army's March 2 Success (M2S) program is free and can be found at: To learn more about March2Successs, view our five minute infographic video at or contact Shantelle James, Education Services Specialist at (803) 904-0437 or email .


   Below are additional free resources and webinars to use and share. I particularly like the link for a printable called “At Home Brain Breaks and Active Calming”. We may all need this!:)



WEBINAR: Cómo Mantener La Calma En Tiempos de Crisis

WEBINAR: Four Tips for Successful Home Learning

WEBINARResponding to Conflict During Seasons of Change

WEBINARHome Learning and Brain Smart Starts

PRINTABLE: Social Story: My Parent is a Safekeeper

PRINTABLE: Wish Well Board

PRINTABLE: What Does Social Distancing Look Like

PRINTABLE: Coronavirus is a Big Word

PRINTABLE: At Home Morning Meeting

PRINTABLE: Our Day Has Come to an End

PRINTABLE: Guide to a Brain Smart Start for Our Day

PRINTABLE: At Home Brain Breaks and Active Calming

PRINTABLE: Social Skills to Teach

ARTICLE: Cultivating Connection and Contribution in a COVID19 World

ARTICLE: 75 Ways for Kids to Connect and Contribute

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