Welcome to my resource page!
Social and Emotional Support
- 5 Ways to View Coverage of the Coronavirus, The American Psychological Association
- Supporting Children’s Emotional Well-being During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Child Trends
- How to Talk to Your Child about the Coronavirus, Kids Health
- Multilingual Coronavirus Resources, Coloring Colorado
- Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Resource, National Association of School Psychologists
- Promoting Positive Mental Health for Teens Feeling Isolated, Erika’s Lighthouse
- Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope with the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Learning at Home
- Fun Math at Home, Bedtime Math
- Teach Your Kids How to be Internet Awesome, Google
- Learn Computer Science at Home, Code.org
- Learn from Anywhere, Office Depot
- Learn at Home with Wide Open School, Commonsense Media
- A Parent’s Guide to Virtual Learning, National Center for Learning Disabilities
- Resources for Out-of-School Time, National Center for Families Learning
- Your Home School Coach, Springboard Collaborative
- How to Home-School During the Coronavirus (Free Resources), The Today Show
- Get Your Family into the Reading Habit, Our Children Magazine
- Make Learning Fun and Easy (Home Activity Guide), National Inventors Hall of Fame
- “Quarantined” Mom: Day 4, Learning Heroes
- Don’t Have the Internet? Get Two Months FREE Service, Access from AT&T
- Free Online Events and Activities for Kids at Home, Common Sense Media
- Apps for Students with Special Needs, Edutopia
Health and Safety
- 5 Ways to Help Protect Your Kids Online, NortonLifelock
- Stay Active While Quarantined with These Fun Videos, Boosterthon
- VIDEO: Trauma-Informed Parenting During COVID-19, Attachment & Trauma Network
- Physical Activities & Family Health and Nutrition Classes, CATCH.org
- Help Your Child Eat STEM for Breakfast, Our Children Magazine
- How to Keep Kids Active & Motivated, The Aspen Institute Project Play
- 8 Indoor Activities to Release Kids’ Energy, PBS Kids
- Dealing with the Cancellation of Youth Sports, Positive Coaching Alliance
- Tackle Spring Cleaning the Right Way with these Tips, Our Children Magazine
BrainPOP provides movies with social/emotional learning components that students can watch and respond to.
CASEL has collected a number of resources to assist in addressing students’ social and emotional needs.
Centervention game-based behavior interventions help students practice social and emotional skills.
Inside SEL links to a number of social/emotional learning resources.
NEWSELA offers social/emotional learning lessons students can complete remotely.
Second Step is offering free social and emotional learning activities for ages 5-13, a podcast for families and a mindfulness program