Below are some links to stories on YouTube, read aloud, about worries- you could listen together and talk about the story together. It will help children when thinking about their own worries and how they might deal with them or talk about them:
'Everybody Worries' by Jon BurgermanA free ebook and link to YouTube version read by Jon Burgerman to help children recognise that worried feeling are normal and related to covid-19
While We Can't Hug
Hedgehog and Tortoise want to give each other a great big hug, but they're not allowed to touch. From the creators of the internationally adored The Hug, Eoi...
Below is a social story about school opening. A social story is a short description of a situation, event or activity written in a child-friendly way providing information about what to expect in a situation and why. They can help children make sense of something.
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