Week three: staying connected during social distance
As we have journeyed through another week, separately, yet still together, we would like to say first and foremost, how much we are truly missing all of you. We hope you are beginning each day with this small act of courage and hope, and are meeting each day as it comes. We are beginning to hear birds chirping outside and can feel the slight breeze through a cracked window. Plants are sprouting as bugs and insects begin to whizz through the air. We hold on to these signs of spring as signals of hope and renewal. They fill us with positivity as we envision being back together with all of you, at FCfC.
In the attached pdf, please find activities for children and adults awareness resources (including Five Steps to Mindfulness), and information on emotional wellbeing, specifically on cultivating the Quaker value of INTEGRITY.
“Little Cloud” by Eric Carle – Story and Activity from Therese
Sesame Street in Communities: Health Emergencies Videos for Children
Count, Breath and Relax with The Count and Cookie Monster
New Videos Up on The Friends Center for Children YouTube Channel
Early Childhood Self Regulation Podcast
FCfC COVID Emergency Fund – En Inglés y Español
Zero to Three – Tips for Families on Coronavirus
NHECC – Resources
An Important Message About the U.S. Census – En Inglés y Español
East Grand Avenue Bridge Rehabilitation Project Update – En Ingles y Español
Five Steps to Mindfulness – THICH NHAT HANH