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Zhaojun Teng; Halley M. Pontes; Qian Nie (et al.)
Tanja Poulain; Christof Meigen; Carolin Sobek (et al.)
In spring 2020, the first Covid-19-related lockdown included the closing of kindergartens
and schools. Home schooling, the lack of social contacts with peers and the care of the children at home posed an enormous challenge for many families.
The present study investigated the leisure behavior of 285 one- to 10-year-old German children at two time points (t1 and t2) during the Covid-19-related lockdown in spring 2020. In
the subsample of primary school children (n = 102), we also explored children’s attitudes
towards schoolwork at home. Analyses focused on the change of behavior from t1 to t2, on
differences in these changes depending on socio-economic status (SES), and on associations of behavior with SES, the number of children at home, and the frequency of receiving
learning materials from school.
Ahmad Arslan; Lauri Haapanen; Shlomo Tarba
Viktoria A. Kovacs; Gregor Starc; Mirko Brandes (et al.)
Kelsey M. Graber; Elizabeth M. Byrne; Emily J. Goodacre (et al.)
Cristina dos Santos Cardoso De Sá; André Pombo; Carlos Luz (et al.)
Amidst the COVID‐19 pandemic, there is uncertainty regarding potential lasting impacts on children’s health and educational outcomes. Play, a fundamental part of childhood, may be integral to children’s health during crises. This paper undertook a rapid review of the impact of quarantine, isolation, and other restrictive environments on play and whether play mitigates adverse effects of such restrictions.
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