Coronavirus and Kids: Resources from Save the Children

Across America, school districts are making the difficult decision to close due to coronavirus. An unintended consequence for kids is losing valuable learning and instruction time.

The earliest years are most important for a child’s development, and missing out on learning now could have devastating impact on their future growth. As national leaders in early childhood education, Save the Children is committed to help children and families during this uncertain time by providing learning resources for our nation’s youngest learners.

You’re not alone. As the world’s leading expert on childhood, we’re here to help by providing tools and tips you can trust for parents, caregivers, teachers and all those who care about children in crisis.

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Updates from our Experts

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Save the Children colleagues from around the world will lead a series of discussions about the implications of COVID-19 for their communities and how, together, we aim to make sure this generation of children can achieve their potential.

Tools and Tips You Can Trust

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Get Moving with Kinder

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How to Talk to Kids About Coronavirus

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How to Help Kids Cope with Extended School Closures

An 18-month old girl stares at the camera during an Early Steps home visit in Kentucky

Weekly Learning Activities: Young Children

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Weekly Learning Activities: K-Grade 1

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Weekly Learning Activities: Grades 2 – 6

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5 Tips for Families on Self-Care and Coping with Stress

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Relaxation Activities to Do at Home with Kids

Students participate in Save The Children peer to peer health education programme 'Little Doctors', at a school in West Sumba, Indonesia.

A Guide to Washing Your Hands

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Reading with Your Child

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Fun Ways to Incorporate Math

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10 Family Learning Activities

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5 Tips to Help Grandparents Stay Connected with their Grandkids

A girl reads a picture book while seated outside at a picnic table.

Vroom: Turning Every Day Moments into Brain Building Moments

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Scholastic Learn at Home

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