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Having kids at home during the coronavirus pandemic is a challenge for parents. Here are some resources to help get you through the day.
From ‘Storybots’ to ‘Octonauts,’ we round up a dozen TV shows that will keep your kids occupied — without making you pull your hair out in the process.
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Here’s a parents’ guide to school closures because of the coronavirus. What to do?
California public schools are likely to be closed for the remainder of the school year, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Tuesday to anxious parents and educators.
The arrival of spring has birds are talking to each other more. Being stuck at home is the perfect opportunity to learn to understand what they’re saying.
As shelter-in-place orders and long-term quarantine measures reach California, experts tell us what the impact will be on kids, and how to help them.
Aquí hay una guía para padres sobre el cierre de escuelas por el coronavirus. ¿Qué hacer?
Para las madres y padres que se quedan en el hogar, es importante “desarrollar un nuevo conjunto de reglas.
Los niños sin recursos no se quedan sin alimento: Distritos ofrecen comida para llevar
The perils of parenting through a pandemic
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