By Henry Dodd for The New York Times
Kids are getting more bored by the day. We wish we could go back to school to see our friends. But some of us are also really scared about getting the coronavirus, and we don’t want our friends and family to get it either.
That’s what kids across the country told The New York Times (where my dad works) when they were asked about learning from home during the coronavirus outbreak.
Some are having fun with their parents and their brothers and sisters, but most are missing their teachers, their friends and their normal lives. (As Dahlia Stringer, who is 11 like me, said in her letter, “Everyone knows little sisters are annoying” — little brothers sometimes are, too.) And a lot are frustrated about missing out on things like spring break, field trips and graduation.
“I’m hoping that things will be back to normal someday,” wrote Sasha Udovich, 9, from Los Angeles.
Same. Home-school is definitely boring, but I really hope we can make it through this safely and return to how things used to be. I miss my friends.
Read more here.
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