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About one billion children are stuck at home because the coronavirus pandemic has shut down their schools. So parents and teachers are working hard to make sure students are still learning in their virtual classrooms.

As well as serious studies, fun and practical activities are crucial for keeping children educated, entertained and able to deal with their feelings during this troubled time.

"Drawing is an excellent way for a child to express feelings that are too difficult to communicate by other means," said Nick Sharratt, the renowned British illustrator and author of children's books.

Nick is an ambassador for Theirworld and cares deeply about the cause of quality education for every child in the world. As part of Theirworld's #StillLearning campaign, he is inviting families to share their children's drawings on social media that show how they are #StillLearning at home.


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