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Family Resources

Social Emotional Support

Helping children during times of stress

How to nurture your child’s social-emotional health

Helping young children understand how to interpret the faces behind the masks

Child Mind Institute - Anxiety and Coping With the Coronavirus

Learning Resources

PBS: Visit to sign up for daily newsletters that offer activities and tips you can use to help kids play and learn at home.

PBS Learning Media: Nature Nuggets are minute-long videos from the NATURE series, repackaged for early learners (ages 2 to 6) Visit

Cincinnati Zoo Home Safari: Join the Cincinnati zoo on their Facebook page each day at 3 PM for live and interactive experiences with the animals.

Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems: Join children’s author and author Mo Willems as he teaches children to draw beloved characters such as Pigeon, Elephant, and Piggie! This interactive experience is available on the Kennedy Center Facebook page or

Storyline Online: Storyline provides recorded children’s books free for families to listen and watch. Visit to read a book.

BookFlix: Visit to read along with children’s stories on your computer, phone, or tablet.  Some books are available in Spanish as well.

Scholastic: Visit for learning experiences built around your child’s grade level. This resource is free with the username: Learning20 and the password Clifford

National Geographic Kids: Visit to explore animals and science experiments.  

Audible Stories: Visit for free audiobooks, they can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across eight different languages.

CADL Tales: A show for kids that features library staff reading stories, singing songs and conducting fun activities. Visit