As we all navigate closures and quarantines due to the coronavirus outbreak, L.A. Parent is #SupportingFamilies with this helpful series of articles. To receive daily updates via email, sign up for our newsletter!
While kids are home from school, parents have an opportunity to teach their families how to weather adversity with love and civility.
Coronavirus confinement can be especially tough for kids and families, who find a bit too much togetherness. Use these tips to smooth things out.
Musical activities have so many benefits for kids and families. Music therapis John Mews suggests 11 great ones to try at home.
Nature activities need not require a trip far from home. There are plenty of fun ways to connect kids to the natural world in your backyard.
Working from home is suddenly reality for many parents. Use these tips to balance getting things done with homeschooling for your kids.
Libraries are closed, but library resources are often as close as your nearest laptop, smartphone or e-reader. Check out these options!
Family games are a way to connect and bond with your kids during this difficult time. Step away from the news and schoolwork with our award-winning picks.
Virtual museum tours won’t exactly get your kids out of the house, but they are a fun and safe way to explore and learn. Many L.A. venues offer them.
These breathing tips from Sandy Abrams, the C.E.Om, can help frazzled parents and kids steady themselves and feel more empowered.
Remote learning can be a challenge for families new to the practice. But local companies and nonprofits are stepping up to help!
These picture books, all favorites of Pasadena children’s librarian AnnMarie Kolakowski, will give your family a much-needed laugh.
These home learning tips are especially for families navigating remote schooling for the first time during the coronavirus crisis.
These great crafts from our friends at Lakeshore learning will help you keep the whole family busy while you are stuck at home.
As novel coronavirus, called COVID-19, continues to spread to multiple countries, including the U.S., it’s important for adults to communicate calmly with children. Karen Rogers, PhD, Clinical Psychologist at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, provides some guidelines for how to talk to kids about the virus. Kids pay close attention to how adults talk about coronavirus. “One […]