We hope the free resources gathered here will provide support for families and educators during this challenging and unprecedented time. As we develop new resources and tools, we want to make sure we’re addressing your concerns.
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We’re Here to Help
A Message from the Yale Child Study Center–Scholastic Collaborative for Child & Family Resilience
Your partners at the Yale Child Study Center and Scholastic are here to help families and educators with your specific questions about coping with the current crisis, and beyond. Email your non-emergency questions to the below email address, and we will have expert clinicians and educators respond by email within two business days. We will also share your question anonymously in this Q&A bank, so that others can learn from the collected responses.
Solidarity is a regular column written for parents, children, and communities navigating life during a pandemic
A curated list of helpful links for educators, families, and children.
Scholastic’s Kid Reporters get their COVID-19 questions answered by experts from Yale.
Les pedimos a nuestros jóvenes reporteros que enviaran sus preguntas sobre el coronavirus a los expertos en Yale
Stories from Scholastic Kids Press, a team of Kid Reporters, ages 10–14 who cover “news for kids, by kids,” including reports on the pandemic from their posts around the world
Scholastic Learn At Home, a free digital learning hub designed to support virtual learning plans with open access to daily learning journeys for students in grades Pre-K–9+, covering ELA, STEM, Science, Social Studies and Social-Emotional Learning
Teaching Our World: The Coronavirus, a collection of age-appropriate, kid-friendly resources for learning about the coronavirus from the editors of Scholastic Classroom Magazines to help inform and ease fears
Home Base, a safe and moderated digital book community from Scholastic for kids where they can interact with their favorite authors, stories, and other readers as well as participate in virtual book festivals
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