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Safe at Home? Keep Busy. Keep Learning.

As childcare and schools have closed across the state, hundreds of thousands of kids are now at home with their regular routines on hold. Now more than ever, kids need connection, attention, and structure to keep thriving. Here are some ways to keep reading and learning fun as you and your family navigate your “new normal.” Keep your children’s brains active with these educational and entertaining activities. They require varying levels of supervision, to help you stay sane too!

And, we’re adding to a rapidly growing list of resources all the time – so be sure to check back on our website frequently for more new ideas and resources from awesome educators, authors and parents!

Now, as self-care is incredibly important as well, we have adult resources available too at the bottom of this page.

For our standard parent reading tips and resources, visit reachoutandreadco.org/parents/

Family FTW [For The Win] Resources

Mo Willems’ “Lunch Doodles“ – live every day at 11am
The first-ever Education artist-in-residence at the Kennedy Center, New Yorker Mo Williems will hold LUNCH DOODLES every day at 1pm: Your kiddos can peek into the mind of the author of Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!, Knuffle Bunny and other contemporary classics. LUNCH DOODLES will be archived on YouTube.
www.kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems/

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