With schools shutting down and the ways of daily life-changing, children are hearing more about the coronavirus.They may not fully understand it, or know how seriously to take it, but their lives are affected.Many parents are trying to decide how to talk with their children about the virus and the outbreak.Some say they are checking in each day to see how their children are doing.But others worry that talking too much about it could make their children more nervous and fearful.Nicole Poponi is the mother of 10-year-old Clara, and 12-year-old Jane.The family lives in Audubon, New Jersey.She said, "We talk about it a lot. I watch the news every morning, and they're always watching it, too."Both girls said they have talked about the virus at school.Jane said her teachers have discussed it during science lessons."I'm not really as scared of it. It's still not even that many people getting sick here," Jane said."One of my friends is really scared of it, but she's honestly really scared of all diseases."