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Parents worry their kids have lost social skills because of COVID isolation.

Jul 22 2021

Parents worry their kids have lost social skills because of COVID isolation. According to a U.S. study by edtech company Osmo, 72% of parents of kids five-14-years-old say their children’s post-pandemic social skills are “at risk,” and the majority believe they are more socially awkward around others now. Though 77% encouraged their kids to stay social during lockdowns with activities like playing video games with friends, having calls, and virtual get-togethers, 41% are concerned their children will have difficulty making conversation with friends. YPulse’s 2020 education report found that 66% of Millennial parents felt their child’s education had been severely set back because of COVID, and clearly that’s not the only thing they fear has regressed. (KidscreeneSchoolNews)