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First Aid for Feelings: A Workbook to Help Kids Cope During the Coronavirus Pandemic [downloadable]

Denise Daniels, a leading child development expert, has teamed up with Scholastic and the Yale Child Study Center to help children, families, and educators cope during this pandemic. First Aid for Feelings: A Workbook to Help Kids Cope During the Coronavirus Pandemic is a free 16-page downloadable workbook available in English and Spanish.

From the author, Denise Daniels, and Karen Baicker, Executive Director Yale Child Study Center–Scholastic Collaborative for Child & Family Resilience:

We’ve designed this workbook to be used flexibly so you can bridge the gaps created by our changing circumstances. Share it with your child for activities and as a conversational tool. You can also encourage an older child to work with a younger sibling, or go to a calming corner and reflect independently.

We believe that your family will form bonds through these shared activities that lead to greater resilience. And we hope that the emotional resources your children develop will serve them well in this time of crisis, and in months and years ahead.


Download the workbook
Download the Spanish-language version

The Yale Child Study Center & Scholastic Collaborative for Child and Family Resilience is committed to helping children, families, and communities foster resilience and positive adaptive skills in the face of stress and adversity. Find more resources from the Collaborative.

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