Author Archives: Heidi

A List of Over 6,000 Historical Children’s Books that are Free to Read Online

[Source:  Kids Activity Blog] Since our local public library closed due to the coronavirus, we’ve been reading the same library children’s books over and over again. I basically have them all memorized at this point. So, thank goodness, authors and actors have … Continue reading

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Home-Schooling Tweens and Teens During Coronavirus Closings

Editor’s Note:  Written for parents, this would be a great resource to share with your families. [Source: New York Times] As the spread of the coronavirus leads to more school closings, many parents are finding themselves faced with the prospect of … Continue reading

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CEC Offering Free Basic Membership to Special Education Teachers Through May 31, 2020

[Source:  Council for Exceptional Children] CEC is opening its doors to the special education community in need of resources. Nonmembers of CEC can receive a free basic membership from now through May 31 by using the promotional code CECED60 This will give … Continue reading

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Kids Get Mild COVID-19, but Chance of Transmission High: study

[Source:  Medical X-Press] A new Chinese study of coronavirus infection in kids could bring comfort to American parents—and highlight the wisdom of at least temporarily closing schools. That’s because the study, published March 13 in Nature Medicine, found that even though children typically … Continue reading

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Helping Kids Cope With The COVID-19 Pandemic

[Source: The Mayo Clinic News Network] COVID-19 has become a source of daily conversation. As a caregiver, you may be wondering how to support your child’s developmental needs and understanding of the coronavirus. Jennifer Rodemeyer, manager of the Child Life … Continue reading

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