Time Magazine has generously made its 'Time for Kids' digital library available free-of-charge for the rest of the school year to help keep kids engaged with news and information during the Coronavirus pandemic. Subscribe here. The magazine editions available present news and information in a kid-friendly way with lots of visuals and charts. Content includes turnkey teaching tools, with worksheets and quizzes for families or teachers. Useful for kids and their families and teachers, this digital library

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We reached out to Leah Plunkett, author of the book "Sharenthood: why we should think before we talk about our kids online", and she had this advice for parents, caregivers and teachers engaged in social media activities. "Use a holiday card rule of thumb to decide whether, when, how, why, and with whom to sharent: if you would put the photo or news update into a hard copy letter, print and mail out hundreds of copies

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