Dear teachers, here's something significant for your precious pupil quarantined at home. While in the lockdown, suggest them to read these interesting books and comic strips on COVID-19 to understand the situation and combat it without being afraid.
A Kids Book About COVID-19 By Malia Jones
The writer is a social-epidemiologist and via this ebook, pairs clean, bold design with kid-friendly language to explain COVID-19. Very light and comprehensible language is used in the book for explanatory purpose and for caution as well.
Jones also frankly addresses children’s emotions as: “I know this all might seem really scary and you might want to panic. It’s OK to feel whatever you are feeling.” She concludes with actionable guidance, such as: “Don’t pick your nose!” and “Cocoon for a little while.”
The book is appropriate for ages 6 and up and available for free as a PDF or epub file for e-readers.
What is a Pandemic? And How Can You Stay Safe? By Naomi O’Brien & LaNesha Tabb
Writers of this ebook are 2 teachers and it is available for free online. It throws light on Pandemics and Coronavirus. The read is suited for kindergartners through third-graders. It also includes some historical background and guidance on how to stay healthy.
There are three activities that come along with the PDF:
Coronavirus: Protect Yourself And Stand Against Racism by Facing History and Ourselves
In the United States and elsewhere, the spread of Coronavirus has been followed closely by a rise in bigotry towards people of Asian heritage.
In its educator guide tackling the issue, educational nonprofit Facing History and Ourselves provides resources for covering the facts about Coronavirus, discussing the consequences of discrimination and prompting student reflection and action.
A Comic Exploring The New Coronavirus By Malaka Gharib
It's based on a radio story that NPR education reporter Cory Turner did. He asked some experts what kids might want to know about the new Coronavirus discovered in China. This comic adapted expert insights from that Morning Edition segment of NPR for kids.
For more tactile learning, children can print and fold the comic to make a zine.
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