A pandemic journal printable, entirely free and available in multiple languages: this is what is on offer in this article.
As many families staying home to flatten the curve and adhere to their country’s regulations, it is always useful to find new resources to occupy the kids.
A pandemic journal: free printable in multiple languages
Today, we are offering you this free 8-page printable aimed at school-aged children.
The printable contains opportunities for children to express their thoughts, fears, and emotions about the pandemic and the situation in their own country and at home. Many children may find expressing emotions and feelings easier on paper than verbally to their parents. So we thought that this simple printable would be a great opportunity to get the discussion going within your family!
- What is something you have found difficult during this pandemic?
- How do you keep up with school work?
- What are you most excited about once this is over?
In addition, there are a couple of opportunities to draw or make a collage for younger children who may find writing difficult.
And, as usual at MKB, we like to put a multicultural and worldwide spin on things. So, we ask children to try and think of other children around the world and what they may be struggling with or finding easier.
Our pandemic journal is not only free, it is also available in multiple languages:
- (Traditional) Chinese (ZH)
- English (EN)
- Finnish (FI)
- French (FR)
- German (DE)
- Greek (EL)
- Italian (IT)
- Russian (RU)
- Spanish (ES)
- Swahili (SW)
- Swedish (SV)
If you are looking for more printables for kids with a worldwide outlook, please take a look at our store. We have several packets available for school-aged kids from Poets around the World to Women in World History.
We wish to acknowledge our members who have graciously provided translations for this printable:
Ute Limacher-Riebold (DE/IT) from Ute’s International Lounge
Hsin Chen (ZH) from Nanani World
Rita Rosenback (FI/SV) from Multilingual Parenting
Varya Sanina-Garmroud (RU) from Creative World of Varya
Elisavet Arkolaki (EL) from Malta Mum
Wakanyi Hoffman (SW) from A Global Nomad’s Home
Dania Santana (ES) from Embracing Diversity.
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