內容簡介 Schools closing, our lives turned upside down by social distancing policies. Suddenly, millions of parents find themselves at home with their children all day.It's putting a lot of new pressure on parents. How are you supposed to be your child's teacher or daycare provider, when you're also scrambling to make ends meet? Parents feel overwhelmed on at least two levels. First, there's the purely personal burden. There's too much going on, too much to do. The kids -- the interruptions -- might be driving you crazy. You need some relief, some time out, but you can't get it.Then there's the added, psychological burden. The worries, the guilt, the expectations. That feeling that your kids are supposed to be getting a better deal.You might feel threatened, inadequate, or defensive that you aren't meeting the standard, you aren't providing your kids with developmental stimulation that experts recommend.This book is here to help you and your family through the changes associated with the pandemic. This book gives realistic strategies you can use to improve this time for your children. This book also has the best tips to help keep families playful, while also limiting the stress and anxiety that comes with living through a global pandemic.