You can make your own digital story about your and your child’s experience of the virus pandemic. Download the FREE app Our Story from The Open University and add your own texts, images or sounds/voiceovers. Finished stories can be printed out or emailed to friends/family members. The app can be downloaded for iPads or for Android tablets. A guide to using Our Story and frequently asked questions is available from The Open University. If you want some inspiration, you can import finished stories into the app (and edit them too if you wish). Free e-books on the importance of healthy eating and vegetables are available from the Food Unfolded website (click on e-Books, sign up for free and follow instructions. Some files may not work on all devices, this should be fixed in a few weeks with an upgrade).
Coronavirus story by Elsa Support. Download PDF in English here, Elsa’s website contains several translations too.
Just For Kids: A Comic Exploring The New Coronavirus by NPR is available online here (English only).
Kids want to know: what is COVID-19? An e-book and audio book from Unite for Literacy
Dave the Dog is worried about coronavirus from Nurse Dotty Books. Download a PDF for free here.
Coronavirus Social Narrative by the Autism Educator Amanda McGuinness. Download a PDF copy in English here; Amanda’s site contains translations too.
Step and Wash! African Storybook about washing hands by Rob Owen
Hello I’m Corona! written and illustrated by Lies Scaut and Steven de Soir is available in most popular languages (click on the flag or language icon).