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KEEP CHILDREN SAFE FROM COVID 19

Keeping Children SAFE from COVID, play your part

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  • Parents and caretakers play an important role in teaching children to wash their hands.
  •    Explain that hand washing can keep them healthy and stop the virus from spreading to others.
  •    Be a good role model—if you wash your hands often, they’re more likely to do the same.
  •   Encourage your child to play outdoors—it’s great for physical and mental health. Take a walk with your child or go on a bike ride.
  •   Use indoor activity breaks (like stretch breaks or dance breaks) throughout the day to help your child stay healthy and focused.
  •   Reach out to friends and family via phone or video chats.
  •   Write cards or letters to family members they may not be able to visit.

 

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