Cabin Fever Kids: Digital project for a pandemic
Last updated 2/25/2021 at 10:08am
When COVID-19 first struck, closing schools and workplaces and keeping so many at home, Humanities Washington created Cabin Fever Kids, a digital project inspired by its Prime Time Family Reading program.
One to two times per week, people across the state would receive a link to a reading of a children's book in their inbox, along with open-ended questions about the story for children, parents, and teachers to discuss – questions rooted in philosophy, critical thinking, sociology, psychology, and other disciplines.
With schools across the state still closed for the time being, Humanities...