Teaching Kids About Coronoavirus Doesn't Have To Be Scary

How to use humor and play to educate kids

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Recently, I visited a friend of mine who has the most precocious seven-year-old daughter. We were in his kitchen talking about the news of the day, when she interrupted us at the mention of the word virus. Since the coronavirus, or Covid-19, is all everyone is talking about these days, I wasn’t…

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