Common Sense Media: 16 tips to keep kids motivated for online learning
Helpful tips and techniques to encourage and motivate your kids during virtual lessons in what promises to be a very unusual school year.
Free webinar series to help parents and caregivers
Kidsburgh Ambassador Yu-Ling Behr joins David Highfield and Heather Abrahams on Pittsburgh Today Live to share about the “So Now What? Helping Parents and Caregivers Navigate Back-to-School” series. Free webinars […]
7 lessons from Pittsburgh moms with experience in online learning
Everyone’s anxiety is different, but it all revolves around the central theme of wondering, “How is this going to work?”
Getting kids tested for coronavirus is not that easy or that simple
Many people want to get their kids tested for coronavirus, whether it’s because they want to visit with grandparents, or they traveled out of state and the kids need negative […]
Write Pittsburgh Summer Camps
Write Pittsburgh’s free virtual summer camps for teens use writing, conversation, and art alongside the sights and sounds around us so that we can document our lives in this time. […]
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Learn how you can get into a healthy headspace and keep your family safe, cared for and happy.
Summer plans falling apart? Dr. G says it’s time to get creative
“Ask your kids to become your program directors.”
Remake Learning Days challenges kids to share lessons learned during the pandemic
“I learned that I really like the creative side of me.”
Overwhelmed? 6 ways parents can get relief from coronavirus anxiety
“We have people around us who depend on us. There are many more demands than we normally face, and that can be stressful.”
Are your kids anxious about coronavirus? Dr. G is here to help
The health crisis can be frightening for kids when schoolyard chatter raises all sorts of misinformation.
Some Pittsburgh child care centers remain open to support frontline medical workers and first responders
“Someone has to support the essential workers like those on the medical frontlines.”
Here’s how to be a coronavirus hero and help struggling families in Pittsburgh
Support organizations and efforts helping people affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Where to get help in Pittsburgh as we adjust to life with coronavirus
“It can be tempting to get glued to the news, but that may only increase anxiety.”