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The CoronaVirus crisis seen by children

Unread Messageby Christophe » 29/03/20, 19:21

The Coronavirus crisis seen and explained by or for children !!

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Re: The CoronaVirus Crisis seen by children

Unread Messageby Janic » 30/03/20, 10:15

it's nice and delightfully naive!
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Re: The CoronaVirus Crisis seen by children

Unread Messageby Christophe » 06/04/20, 17:55

By the way, if we speak, a little of the increase in domestic violence linked to the Coronavirus: we speak very little, at least, I have not heard anything like it until now ...of the long-term emotional and psychological impact (confidence?) of the coronavirus crisis on the youngest !!

However, shrinks who like to talk on TV are legions !!

And there Motus?
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 11/04/20, 02:02

Obviously it's motus here too ... no one has children here ???

It is true that to explain something to children you have to master it ... it's not won with covid19 ... : Cheesy:
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Unread Messageby MadameOurs » 11/04/20, 09:54

I have children but it is not this version that I served to them ... The blow of the specialists, the cocoon and the butterfly that does not speak to me at all. Probably when we are allowed to go out it will be far from dream and joy and freedom.
Anyway. I designed boxes for each house in the neighborhood. And the locals in their boxes. And the virus outside. And the hospital with a number of places. I drew the chain of contamination if everyone meets everyone - overflowing hospital. And if everyone stays in their box - hospital that "manages".

Pragmatic. And we try to exchange photos with friends and family every day. And to welcome strong emotions every day. And anyway it will leave their mark if it doesn't make us mad before.
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 11/04/20, 10:03

Yes that's it thank you madam 8) .

Yesterday my 10 year old son asked me a question that intrigued me ...

"How will the future be?" I'm going to know 70 ° C? ”

Must say that I explained the thermal mask to him by showing him the viral inhibition curve ...

Well we go back to play division : Cheesy: : Cheesy: : Cheesy: : Cheesy:
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 11/04/20, 10:04

Not play ... train ... sorry ... : Mrgreen:

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Unread Messageby MadameOurs » 11/04/20, 13:34

I find it complicated to answer their questions, that of your son and others of the same ilk. How to respond without lying to them or plumbing them in advance? I am not very optimistic about the near and far future, and I regret everyday to have launched them in this world there.

For the moment I am trying to explain to them why it is important to know how to do the basic things (making a fire, cooking, sewing, growing vegetables, collecting water, repairing ...)

And the more it progresses, the more my "big" (6 years) moves away from school formatting. Wouldn't be surprised if we didn't go back to school after that.

To be continued...
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Re: The CoronaVirus Crisis seen by children

Unread Messageby Christophe » 11/04/20, 13:46

MadameOurs wrote:For the moment I am trying to explain to them why it is important to know how to do the basic things (making a fire, cooking, sewing, growing vegetables, collecting water, repairing ...)


Good ideas, this is what I have already done with him: check!

make fire, to cook, to sew, grow vegetables, collect the water, réparer.

I have a stream at the bottom of the garden ... I'm going to make him fill a 1000L cubi with 10L jumps !! It will calm him down a bit ... Niark niak! : Cheesy:

Sewing I would have trouble teaching him what I don't know how to do ... but yesterday we repaired his trampoline ... with the stapler! It's mechanic sewing !! : Cheesy:

Yep, he's not just playing video games! Still...

MadameOurs wrote:And the more it progresses, the more my "big" (6 years) moves away from school formatting. Wouldn't be surprised if we didn't go back to school after that.

To be continued...


That is to say ??? What do you mean ??

ps: I am not very optimistic either but from there to regret their birth no ... and I think that the youngest (<10 years) will do better than the assholes of millennia who "believe"everything allowed!
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