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ALCE-206NP

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Presented by Crystal Tyler-Mackey, Extension Specialist, Community Viability, Virginia Tech; Tara Brent, 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent, Virginia Tech; Chad N. Proudfoot, 4-H Specialist, Virginia Tech; and Jane Ball, social worker

This resource is available as a video only. 

Families with children at home are working hard to support their children’s positive development, often while juggling work and other responsibilities. This session highlights ideas to keep children engaged in learning in ways that work for them and their families. Sensitivity to the different schooling requirements, children’s unique learning needs, and available resources at home are all taken into consideration. We also share tips and resources for children’s physical activity and their online safety.

For more videos in this series, visit Balancing Life.

More COVID-19 resources can be found at COVID-19.


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Publication Date

May 27, 2020