There are some other great resources out there, so we’d be remiss not to point out these great sites. Take a look at this list below:
While At Home (link)
This is a great resource site with a similar goal. Check out the “I AM…” section on the page to find specific resources for groups of people like Parents, Small Business Owners, Creatives, and more.
Parent Resources – https://whileathome.org/i-am/a-parent/
Pandemic Parents (Google Doc) (link)
Another great example of grassroots crowd-sourcing ideas, links, and resources. Tons of content here that’s available for all!
Free Online Activities for Kids (Google Doc) (link)
A perfect example of people coming together, this grassroots effort uses a simple Google Doc to accept suggestions and add to an ever-growing list that is full of great ideas, many of which are also featured here.
Common Sense Media (link)
From the great editors at Common Sense Media comes this jam-packed resource center that focuses on families and resources for children. There a links to other Common Sense articles and pages, and tackles both the challenges of communicating during this time as well as offer up resources for learning and playing.
Prevent Child Abuse America (link)
This page lists some informal tips that are easy-to-read and some simple suggestions to stay connected, but also boasts a jam-packed list of resources at the bottom for parents, businesses, legislators, and more.
Child Mind Institute (link)
While many of the resource sites, ours included, tackles a wide variety of resources, this Child Mind Institute page focuses on supporting both kids and families during this time, with self-care tips, anxiety advice, as well as discipline and behavior.