Youth & Family
As communities across America experience the impact of school closures, it can be stressful for parents and families to find resources available to maintain a sense of normalcy and balance in their daily lives.
Looking for ideas to help your children continue learning, exploring — and avoid feeling cooped up — while their schools or daycare centers are closed? We’ll help you make the most of this impromptu time off with learning resources, at-home activities and stress-relieving resources.
- 4-H Daily Spark Sessions on Facebook Live
- 5 Ways to Keep Kids Engaged and Learning at Home
- Boredom Busters: 5 Fun Indoor Projects for Kids
- Combating Stress and Anxiety in Family Life During COVID-19
- COVID-19 Resources for Parents
- Now What? 5 Outdoor Activities for the Family
- Resources to Help Parents Teaching at Home During COVID-19 School Closures (NC State College of Education)
- Family Activities from Project Learning Tree
- Southeastern 4-H Wildlife Projects
- National Children’s Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety – to help parents with children living and/or working on the farm manage through unprecedented times, the National Children’s Center offers a list of resources on topics ranging from appropriate farm tasks for children to fun, virtual adventures.