Who doesn’t like to spend time with kids? Mostly none! If you really want to tune this pandemic into the best learning part to your kids in your premises, then here is the list of activities which include:
• Subject learning
• Art crafts
• Joyful movements
• Acquiring ethical knowledge, and many more.
Here are the effective ways that bring the best out of this boring period of Pandemic life
Many educational companies are offering free subscriptions in light of subject closures, like Circle Time Fun, Check Math, Adventure, etc.
Many Academies offer free learning with a daily schedule for kids and teens of ages 4 to18 to keep constancy and routine during this pandemic.
The online learning non-profit also offers a free downloadable app called Khan Academy Kids that has thousands of activities and books for children ages 2 to 7.
FunBrain.com offers hundreds of free games, books, comics, and videos for Pre-K through eighth grade.
- National Geographic Kids – Find videos featuring nature, animals, pets, science, and a lot more.
- The Brain Scoop- explores the work and research of natural history museums.
Learn A Language/ Improve Linguistic Skills:
- Learn a new language with Duolingo.
- Fabulingua is an interactive app that teaches Spanish.
Virtual Field Trips
Google Arts & Culture has partnered with thousands of museums around the world to offer virtual tours from your home/anywhere.
To name a few: Sorolla Museum, Spain, National Gallery of Art, United States, The Art Institute of Chicago.
Enjoy Cooking With Your Kids
Children as young as 2 years old can help out in the kitchen. You can have your child wash fruits and vegetables or stir ingredients. Children are more opened to trying new foods if they have opportunities to explore and learn about the food before they eat it.
Opt for a Walk
Go for a nature walk or a ride by taking Minimal Covid-19 safety measures. While you are on a nature walk, collect some leaves, stones, mud, etc. Build some sculptures at home; this will make the kids to be occupied.
Amusement @ Home
- Practicing Gratitude: Thanking Teachers & elders.
- A Family Talk: Let children know that, in the near future, the pandemic will become a memory/ history and encourage them to focus on the regular things they do.
- Clean-Up Day: Make the house cleaning or small decorations at home fun.
- Plan A Music Concert: Allow them to enjoy the musical sense around their room.
Remember: Placing boundaries on social media exposure & mobile phone usage is a good preventative action. Try to think of yourself as their mentor and step up!
Do reach out to your friends and family in time of their need.
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