Covid-19: Child Friendly Resources & Child Participation

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COVIBOOK - Supporting and reassuring children around the world ​
2020
https://www.mindheart.co/
This short book supports and reassure  children regarding the COVID-19. This book is an invitation for families to discuss the full range of emotions arising from the current situation.
Yes
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Once Upon a Time There Was a Virus....: Storytelling, Health and Illness
2020
www.laviniacostantino.com
This guide will help you to navigate all the emotional ups and downs of this moment! You’ll find in the workbook:
Yes
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#StillLearning [Video]
2020
TheirWorld
Nick Sharratt is a renowned illustrator of children’s books and an ambassador for Theirworld. He started to draw in his childhood and felt that via drawing he could express his feelings and could be anyone he wanted.
Video
No
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Oscar & Zoe - A trilogy Special COVID
2020
EPFL Center for Learning Sciences LEARN - Edit change management Sàrl
The EPFL LEARN Center has been collaborating with Allison Ochs and her team at Edit Change Management since September creating material and a program around digital education.
No
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Cards for Rainy Days (and Social Distancing)
2020
Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center
Cards for rainy days (and social distancing) were designed to help families with children cope with the ongoing health crisis and isolation.
No
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First Aid for Feelings: A Workbook to Help Kids Cope During the Coronavirus Pandemic
2020
Yale Child Study Center & Scholastic
Just like adults, children around the world are trying to process their emotions and manage anxiety during the coronavirus pandemic.
No
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Coronavirus-Brain POP
2020
BrainPOP
4.32-minute video to explain what coronavirus is. The page also includes other interesting resources, like reading, quiz, games, worksheet.
No
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The Flying Scientist
2020
Kid Pass Culture
A storybook for children about the Coronavirus.
No

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