Talking About COVID-19
Our community and the COVID-19 virus. Take some time to explore these stories about the Coronavirus. Stay active. Stay healthy.

Today’s Activities

Talking about COVID-19

Take some time to read one of these social stories with your student. Allow them a chance to ask questions about Coronavirus and Covid-19. Encourage your student to discuss these stories with their teacher when he calls this week!

Level 1 Social Story – COVID-19

Level 2 Social Story – COVID0-19
News 2 You – Coronavirus News
News 2 You – Coronavirus Closings


Stay Active

With your parent’s permission, and practicing social distancing, get at least 60 minutes of moderate activity every day. Play in the sun, snow, or even rain. Keep a journal of your daily activities.

Move your body.
Play with balloons.
Create an obstacle course. Build a blanket fort. Build it. Move it.
Take a selfie or video or draw your best move.

Move your body.
Make up your own dance moves

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Teaching Tips

Accessibility Feature

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Learning Options

Remember that learning can happen anywhere. As we experience school and home happening in the same space, take advantage of opportunities to work on skills such as food preparation, organizing your drawers, making lists of activities to try during the day, or doing chores.

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