COVID-19 Coronavirus Resources for Early Childhood Professionals and Families
Updated: Dec 8, 2020
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has brought unprecedented change and uncertainty to the early childhood community. Everything has changed, from cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting practices, to social distancing, learning from home, and shelter-in-place orders. Throughout the past couple of months, we have been talking to child care programs, administrators, directors, teachers, providers, parents, and staff to find out what they need to respond to and recover from the coronavirus pandemic. We’ve collected a list of great resources, activities, and online courses to help the early childhood community navigate through the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Childcare At Home Family Learning Resources
Childcare At Home is a collaborative effort between four daycare teams across the country; Smart From the Start Preschool & Childcare, The Nook Childcare & Preschool, Tiny Tot, and Wise Owl Daycare. Their helpful website provides art projects, circle time ideas, enrichment, ways to get moving, cooking ideas, parent resources, read-a-loud ideas, sensory activities, Spanish-language activities, S.T.E.A.M. activities, teaching videos, and more!
Why We Love It:
These free activities and low-cost projects are a great way for children to continue their learning from home. Families have on-demand access to engaging learning content for their children! Learn more: Click Here!
Self-Care Template From the Strengthening Families Team at the YMCA
Our friends at YMCA Community Support Services