Keep these ideas in mind as you work to stay connected, help kids cope, and make sure that social distancing doesn’t lead to social isolation.
Express that you care. Let your Little know that you are thinking about them even when you can’t be with them in person.
Get creative. Explore virtual and remote opportunities on the internet, over the phone or through the mail.
Listen and answer questions. Not talking about something can make kids worry more.
In a time of uncertainty, show your Little that you’re consistent.
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