Showing Our Feelings
Military families continue to serve even during the uncertainties of COVID-19.
Children can have so many different feelings when a parent quarantines during military duty.
- Use the Hearts to Hearts printable to channel big feelings into a gift for the parent that is away. This gift can let parents know how their children have managed their separation.
- Use the Katie’s Diary printable to motivate children to draw or write what they’re feeling. Their drawings can be great conversation starters and an opportunity to reassure children that all feelings are okay.
- Once you are all together, color Family United to reconnect as a family.
Questions for My Doctor
A place for parents and children to list questions for their doctor.
Elmo’s Bravery Bandage
A coloring page to help celebrate a child’s bravery when getting a shot.
Hooper’s Store Reopens
As communities open up, together we can adjust to a new way of doing things—while keeping everyone safe.
When Children Miss Their Friends
There are ways to stay connected with people we love...safely.
Elmo Gets the Covid-19 Vaccine
Elmo and Louie share their experience with the COVID-19 vaccine.
Good Questions (and Answers) About Covid-19 Vaccines
Common questions children ask about vaccines, and possible answers.
Helping Children Through Grief Related To COVID-19
There are ways to help families talk about death, express their feelings, and grieve together.