I'm working with parents during this time when they have questions about their child's behavior or development at home. I've had a few parents tell me this or something similar. Either their children are sad after the meetings or they are increasingly distracted and unable or unwilling to sit for the session. I think this is a natural consequence of a very unnatural situation. The novelty has worn off, children miss their friends, they miss "normal" play and activities, and they miss their regular community and structure. I've heard this from parents of two to four year olds.I've suggested the following things to these parents: 1. Talk with their child about how they're feeling, and supporting them with understanding and compassion. "I understand that you miss you're friends. It's really hard to be apart from them for so long." Sometimes being heard and understood is the best support. 2. Ask the child's teacher if they could do a one-one session with their child. The child can show the teacher their room, etc. and perhaps they can read a story or do an activity. This has seemed to help children immensely. They might be missing the personal interactions with their teacher. 3. Replace Zoom meetings with snail mail, sending notes and pictures to friends, teacher, and family. 4. Let their child know that they can join the class Zoom if they want to but that they don't have to.Adults have adapted to Zoom and to connecting to colleagues, family, and friends through the screen. For many children it's unnatural and overwhelming. I also know teachers who have decided to limit the group Zooms and focus on connecting individually with children and families. It helps the teachers to connect in a more personal way also.Hope some of these suggestions are helpful.