Unicef’s Best Practices
- Teach your kids to wash their hands with plenty of soap for at least the time it takes to sing “Happy Birthday” twice.
- Teach kids to cough and sneeze into a tissue or to cough and sneeze into their arm or elbow, not their hands.
- Seek medical core early if your child has a fever, cough or difficulty breathing.
- Keep your kids away from others who are sick or keep them home if they are ill.
@mtnmamatales get outside, if you can, challenge
Follow the Tales of a Mountain Mama team on Instagram during their #getoutsidefamily challenge. They also have alternatives for families stuck inside or who have limited outdoor access, so everyone can participate. Click the link to learn more.
Stay at home activities
@thirdcoasttribe’s stay at home activities
This are trying times right now, but our partner @thirdcoasttribe has put together a fantastic list of activities that are fun to set up and fun to do.
Kids need your help
Consider a small donation so kids can eat
With so many schools closed down due to COVID-19, many children in this country will lose their access to healthy meals. These donations will directly go to helping these kids, through No Kid Hungry. Click the button to donate!
Let’s do some coloring
Inspire your little ones to do some coloring. Click here to download some images and dress the paper dolls in some great Reima gear!