When a child's schedule is disrupted it can leave them feeling anxious and cause them to act out. That's why CRCC has launched it's "Learning Together at Home" program.
"The reality is parents have found themselves in a new environment and a new situation of having to home school their children and not quite sure how to do that," said Ann Constantino, president of CRCC.
The Learning Together at Home program provides activities and supplies.
"We have phenomenal teachers that have been writing curriculum and differentiating that curriculum for any of the children that are at home right now that could benefit from having some resources," Constantino said.
The kids will also be learning things like patience, critical thinking and reflection. The kits can be purchased online with curbside pick up available.