3.27 2020

Staying connected during social distance: week two

Dear Community,

We hope that this blog finds you well, and would like to thank you all for your continued efforts to remain in contact with, and connected to us while we continue to maintain physical distance. From your responses to and involvement in our YouTube Read Alouds, to your very sweet ClassDojo photos, and organization of and participation in some virtual Morning Meetings, your efforts tighten the threads of the fabric which holds us all together. Thank you for keeping us together in spirit. You are so appreciated, and so loved!

In the attached pdf, please find activities for children and adults (including Make Your Own Mood Meter Sock Puppet), awareness resources, and information on emotional wellbeing, specifically on cultivating the Quaker value of PEACE.

FCfC_week2

Resources include:
Make Your Own Mood Meter Sock Puppet
Rotterdam Orchestra
Latest read alouds on Friends Center YouTube Channel
Netflix Documentary Series “Babies”
Parenting in the Time of Coronavirus
Free Soup Deliveries from Sopa Soup
Make Haven: Instructions for Sewing Masks
Congressional Support to fund early childhood education

3.19 2020

Staying connected during social distance: week one

Dear Community,

We hope that this blog finds you well. As we navigate these unprecedented and unusual set of circumstances, the FCfC Administrative Team would like to remind you that we continue to walk through the world together, as a community. Although you may be in isolation, you are not alone. You are loved and missed, and remain a valued member of our community and family. We encourage you all to keep your heads up and know that we look forward to resuming our normal activities at FCfC. We hope you are rested, relaxed and well.

In the attached pdf, please find activities for children and adults, awareness resources, and information on emotional wellbeing, specifically on cultivating the Quaker value of simplicity.

FCfC_week1

Resources include:
Ear Snacks
24 Best Podcasts for Kids of All Ages
The Feelings Book written by Tod Parr and read by Kathy
If You’re Happy and You Know It: Mood Meter Song with Jess
The Families First CoronaVirus Response Act
Grab and Go Meal sites