Today is known as Kindergarten Day, but a typical day of kindergarten means noise, laughter, cries, and the occasional accident, something spilled and something broken. Only this year, on Kindergarten Day, there will be fewer children bumping into each other, fewer accidents, and much less noise. That’s because the littlest kids all over the world and within the nation have been resorting to whatever alternatives they can find and use to communicate, such as Zoom, Google Meets, YouTube, or whatever other method exists for video chat.
Most have conceded that the greatest loss to children, especially at this young age, is the lack of social interaction that defines so much of the kindergarten experience, the part of schooling that allows kids to figure out and practice their best use of words and strategies for dealing with conflict and forming friendships.
Nevertheless, teachers are still able to read to their students and create lessons that work, even if they need a little extra support from a parent at home, moms and dads who already have their hands full.
Our many thanks and thoughts of encouragement to the parents who do so much, especially now, under these circumstances of the COVID-19 quarantine.
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