As local school systems announce their education plans for the fall, it will certainly be an adjustment for your family. Whether your little ones are going back to in-person instruction or a hybrid of digital learning, we know it may be challenging. We’ve got you covered. Here are some tips.
Talk about it.
Provide information that is truthful and appropriate for their age and developmental level.
Reassure them that they are safe.
Pay attention to what they hear in the media and be a sounding board for their worries.
Set a positive tone for your child’s new scholastic experience— Yearbook club cancelled? DIY at home!
For your younger ones, practice putting a face mask on their favorite stuffed animal or toy.
Let your little ones select masks in their favorite colors.
Use stickers and washable chalk to add creativity to your child’s face masks before each use. Marena’s Reusable Antibacterial Face Masks for Children can be washed up to 75 times. What does that mean for you? More decorating fun!
Apply your face masks together before leaving the house or being within 6 feet of others.
Communicate the importance of not touching the outer layer of mask to avoid spreading germs.
Wash your hands together for at least 20 seconds while singing the alphabet or chorus to their favorite song.
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