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How to Answer Your Child’s Questions about the Pandemic

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By Sheryl Silverstein, Ph.D. Suddenly, parents are inundated with difficult questions from their kids about the pandemic. “Why can’t I play with my friends?” “When can I go back to school?” “How long is this going to last?” These questions can create a lot of anxiety in parents who are wondering the same things themselves.

We would like to present you with some simple answers to these questions. The questions your child asks and how you respond, depends on their age and stage of development.

Please feel free to respond to this blog post with any additional questions you might have, and we’ll answer you! Questions from toddlers: Age 2 to 5 Toddler’s concerns are primarily about their safety and the safety of their parents.

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