You can find links to content curated for each age group linked on the "Extra Resources" pages, and within the curriculum materials at appropriate points. Here, we're also including links to materials that many age groups can benefit from:
This home activity guides families to shine light on their feelings through creating art.
The National Child Trauma Stress Network has authored and published this free story/coloring book for families to download.
This video from Richard Weissbourd, a senior lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, can help caregivers navigate conversations with children.
These video clips from the Camp Cope-A-Lot online program help children learn how to handle stress and anxiety.
These 10-minute activities from the Partnership for Children (UK) can augment emotional expression and resilience
This storybook produced by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee of the WHO can inspire children to help prevent the spread of COVID-19
This article from ADDitude magazine can be particularly useful for interactions with children who have anxiety or ADD/ADHD.
Written and illustrated by 2 medical students, this is a rhyming picture book for 5-9 year olds designed to teach children the basics of staying safe during the Coronavirus pandemic.
This guide from study.com provides suggested answers to common questions that may arise for parents and caregivers interested in homeschooling their children this year.
Columbia Engineering shares information on how coding can provide an outlet for children to cope with stress and develop creativity and critical thinking skills. Links to coding activities for children from preschool to high school are also provided!