In this time of staying at home, parents are now called on to be teachers. But kids are easily bored. And most of us are not trained to be teachers. So how can we keep our kids fully engaged in learning in a way that works for the whole family?
If you ask any parent or teacher, they’ll tell you they care most about their children growing up to be good people.
Much of the world is spending more time at home, and families are left looking for activities. You’ve already chalked the driveway. The new puzzle you ordered hasn’t arrived yet. And that homemade playdough recipe blew up on the stove and cost you your last roll of paper towels.
If you’re feeling cabin fever and are looking to shake off quarantine burnout, the prescription could be a passion project.
These are scary times. The news is full of virus updates every day. The grocery stores across the nation have empty shelves. People are hoarding food. Schools have been cancelled. Many parents have children home all day. How do you keep children happy and busy during this crisis?
Currently, with the majority of the world under some level of stay at home measures, families are having to adapt quickly to a new way of life.