Seeing People Wearing Masks Story

Happy Monday!

I had a couple of requests for a story about seeing other people wear masks out in public.  I had been thinking about writing one because I live in Wisconsin and while many people are wearing masks in stores, not everyone is.  Even as an adult, it felt kind of strange and startling to see people wearing masks.  I'm SURE that our kids are feeling the same way.  Once we talk about it in a non-scary way, it will become more normalized and cause less anxiety.  So, here is a free story to help US and our children 😄



Click here for Seeing People Wearing Masks Story

Click here for Spanish Version

Click here for UK Version

Click here for Turkish Version

Click here for French Version











10 comments

  1. Tara, I love your resources. You truly understand the needs of the Birth to five year old families. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!

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  2. Thank you for the support you are giving parents, and teachers as well. Remarkable work!

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  3. I was wondering if you had a Spanish version of this story I would love to share it with my preschool parents

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  4. Thank you for another great article. Where else could anyone get that kind of information in such a perfect way of writing? I have a presentation next week, and I am on the look for such information. face masks

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  5. Your resources about COVID 19, masks and seeing others wearing masks are great. My students will greatly benefit from these wonderful stories. Thanks

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  6. I would love them all to be available in black and white for children to colour.
    These are wonderful I am a Health play specialist I will be using them on my ward with children xx
    Thank you

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  7. Thank you so much for creating these wonderful books to help normalize masks as we adjust to the new school year!

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  8. Thank you for freely sharing this wonderful resource!

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  9. You are amazing! Thank you for these free resources! I'm a social worker, and many of the clients I work with have young children about to go back to school - these resources will certainly be appreciated in the next few weeks =)

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