Think Equal has created an original book and animated story in response to the COVID-19 pandemic – sign up to receive your free online book copy with activities for teachers and parents! The World Health Organization was consulted in preparation for this book.
Rainbows in Windows directly address the multiple effects, the COVID-19 pandemic might have on children across the world. Daily routines have been interrupted and people are behaving differently, which may make some children feel angry, scared or anxious. Here, children learn basic facts about the virus, various ways to keep safe and healthy and methods of calming themselves down if they’re feeling overwhelmed. Above all, they learn that the routines they know, love and miss will certainly return and that kindness and gratitude to others are of paramount importance.
Rainbows in Windows teaches:
1. New calming techniques
2. Fun & educational activities
3. Facts about the virus & staying safe
Watch the animated story
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Delicious stories narrated by celebrities like Olivia Colman, Stephen Fry, Richard Grant, Emma Thompson and more!
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