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What is Covid-19? A guide for kids.
We want our kids to understand what’s going on and take precautions to keep themselves and others safe, but we don’t want to scare them. I made this book as a simple way for you to help teach your kids about the Coronavirus Covid-19 without scaring them.
This is intended to be used as a reader to teach reading. This is intended to be used as a way for parents/teachers to guide their child through this tough time. Please try to make young kids read this on their own.
Again, this is a guide for to/with your kids. After reading with your kids, spend time answering their questions.
Print. cut in half. staple on the left. Leave out any pages that you don’t feel like your child is ready for. Rearrange pages to focus on what your child needs to know today. You can always use the other pages later if needed.
Teaching Card Directions:
Print. cut in half. use a few cards at a time to teach specific parts to your child each day. This is helpful for younger kids that can get overwhelmed with to much information at once.
Please only use reliable sources when teaching kids. I used and
for my facts.
Included (as pictured):
- 24 full color* pages
- 8.5" x 5.5" pages
- Pages can be rearranged or taken out based on your needs.
- High definition images (previews are shown in low res)
*A Black & White Version is sold separately if that fits your needs better.
Please note, these are secured PDF format. It can not be edited. The clipart used in this document was purchased from a graphic designer that requires it to be a secured PDF to protect her artwork. This is a print only file.
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