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Some ideas to keep your kids busy during coronavirus closures

Każdy rodzic ma kilka sposobów na spędzanie czasu w domu z dziećmi. Od dłuższego czasu przed rodzicami, zwłaszcza tych mniejszych pociech, prawdziwe wyzwanie-jak zagospodarować czas, aby okres kwarantanny domowej spędzić w aktywny i kreatywny sposób. Kilka pomysłów poniżej.

Some ideas to keep your kids busy during  coronavirus closures

  • Create a daily schedule together (codzienny plan). Take turns being the one who decides what to do.

  • Check some activities on the Internet, including a wide range of homeschooling and online learning sites.

  • Create an “I’m bored” list. Each person writes ideas for what they can do when they get bored. Stick it on the fridge. Use it when you get bored.

  • Board games like scrabble or just chess.

  • Keep a daily journal.

  • Bake a cake, cupcakes, cookies or cook a really special dish you have always wanted to try.

  • Learn to make healthy snacks for after-school.

  • Pick a favorite animal and research it. Create a fact sheet about it.

  • Lego activity: Make a list of animals and buildings. Write them all down on individual pieces of paper and put them in a box. Each person draws one out and has to build it with Legos.

  • Explore the arts, history and foreign places. Visit a museum! Check out the website of the museum you’ve always wanted to visit. Many have online exhibits.

  • Take a walk at a nearby park, forest—just stay away from the playground equipment; try to find the highest tree, the biggest leaf, etc.

  • Make origami animals and objects.

  • Take a virtual tour of: for example Paris.

  • Pick a sentence from a book. How many words can you make from the letters in the sentence?

  • Build a house of cards.

  • Create your own secret code. Write a letter to someone else in the code.

  • Blow bubbles outside.

  • Draw pictures outside with sidewalk chalk (kreda).

  • Watch animals live on live zoo webcams across the world. Check out links to several zoos and other virtual field trips.

  • Go camping with your tent in your garden.

  • Use FaceTime, Skype, Zoom, Webex or Google Hangouts or another platform to video chat with a friend or relative.