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Cartoons about Life during Covid

Vaccinations against Covid-19 have picked up, infections were down then plateaued, and now have risen a tad but the outlook is far more positive than it was in January. So this monthly feature of cartoons will look at life during Covid. It will be the last set of stabs at humor about the year of the plague and the gradual resumption of “normal” activities. Enjoy!

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Cartoons on Teaching during the Pandemic

For this month, I gathered cartoons and posters about teaching during the pandemic but particularly about hybrid teaching that ranged from hype to skewering. For any readers unaware of this way of teaching being put into practice during the pandemic in many schools across the country as schools slowly reopen, teachers teach face-to-face with a small number of students while conducting the same lesson through Zoom, Google, or other platforms to their students at home. Here are some photos of hybrid teaching at both K-12 and college:

And now the cartoons. Enjoy!

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Cartoons about Teaching during Covid-19

Cartoonists, no doubt working from home during the pandemic, have continued to dip their pens in ink (and clicked through their software) to capture life in and out of schools during Covid-19. I bring to you ones that got me to grimace, smile, grin, and even laugh. Enjoy!

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Cartoons on the “New Normal”

Here’s another batch of cartoons on what all of us have experienced since the pandemic upended our lives. I believe that smiling, chuckling, and even laughing during difficult times is helpful. So Enjoy.

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Cartoons for a Pandemic Winter

For the Covid-19 winter holidays, I have gathered some cartoons that poke fun at what transpires in homes, schools, and Santa’s place. Enjoy!

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Cartoons on Zooming for Work and School

Most readers of this blog Zoom for work, birthdays, anniversaries, and sadly, for funerals in these surreal pandemic times. Then there are the millions of students who received instruction on Zoom from preschoolers to high school seniors. Many of those Zoomers, maybe all, are Zoomed out. Not only Zoom but other devices and software stretch the limits of pandemic patience. Whatever devices and software readers use, I have collected cartoons that poke an elbow in the ribs and hope that they will tease out a smile. Enjoy!

Rob Tornoe’s coronavirus cartoon for Friday, May 15.

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Cartoons on Thanksgiving

Oops! I forgot these cartoons that I had published in 2018. So my gift to readers today are two posts. First time in 11 years I have done that!

Enjoy!

The national holiday is upon us both in families and in schools. Here are some cartoons that brought a smile to my face. Enjoy!

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Cartoons on Life at Home and in School During Covid-19

For this month’s featuring cartoons, I collected a batch that tickled me and hope they will do the same for you in the eighth month of the pandemic. Enjoy!

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Cartoons on Parenting During the Pandemic

If you are like me, you know family members and close friends who have had to school their children (and grandchildren) since March. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 93 percent of people living in households with school-age children reported some form of distance instruction is occurring. The pandemic has tattooed remote instruction onto the bodies of millions of students and their families. No one asked for the tattoo but there it is.

I have collected cartoons about parenting during the pandemic. Enjoy!

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More Cartoons on Covid and the New Normalcy

Getting through each day during the pandemic with masks and physical distancing, a cratering economy, protests against racial injustice, heat waves, fires, hurricanes, remote instruction—I will stop here–is a small victory. Sometimes humor helps to get through all of this by reminding ourselves that we are all in this together. I’ve collected some cartoons that should bring at least one smile to viewers’ faces. Enjoy!

Rob Tornoe’s coronavirus cartoon for Thursday, March 20.

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