Talking with Children about Covid-19

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Title

Talking with Children about Covid-19

Description

A letter from the government of the Yukon to families outlining ways for them to speak to children and cope with both the medical and emotional needs of Covid-19. It offers ideas and techniques for normalizing lives and homeschooling students of different ages. It also gives descriptions of symptoms to look for, ways to teach students hygiene, and methods to prevent the spread of the virus.

Creator

Government of Yukon

Contributor

McLain Sidmore

Date

04/09/2020

Type

Text or Document

Subject

Art/Creativity, Article/News, Canada, Children, Family, Landscape/Nature/Outdoors, Masks/PPE, Medical/Physical Health, Mental health, Positivity/Hope, Reflection, Religion/Spirituality, Routine/Daily Life, Safety/Disinfecting/Testing, Social Distancing, Social Media, Solidarity, Stress/Anxiety, Zoom/Facetime

Identifier

Talking and Sharing with Kids and Families on Covid-19 YT gov.pdf

Coverage

Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada

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Connection to Carleton

Student contributor

Files

Talking and Sharing with Kids and Families on Covid-19 YT gov.pdf

Citation

Government of Yukon, “Talking with Children about Covid-19,” Carleton Covid-19 Archive, accessed February 25, 2024, https://covid19archive.sites.carleton.edu/items/show/173.

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