Some of us have already mastered this remote-schooling gig. Most of us (our hands are raised!) are stilling trying to figure it all out! But the age ol’ question still persists: What do we do with the kids this weekend? Take a break from school work (and work-work) and go on a family adventure within your own four-walls. We have ideas on how to shake it off, rock it out and get crafty. Scroll down for 10 ways to spend your weekend days.

photo: Austin Pacheco via Unsplash 

Be a Rockstar
Hop on to Chrome Music Lab a free platform that lets you experiment with sounds. Record songs, rearrange your voice, or play with rhythms.

Learn to Play the Ukulele 
Take lessons via a live stream (courtesy of Dancing Bear Toys & Gifts). Check out 9 other online lessons, from ballet to cartooning.

DIY Your Drumsticks 
While you’re in the musical groove, make your own instruments.

Have a Potion Party
Make-your-own lava lamp or create a bubbling witches brew. This Harry Potter fun doubles as science time in our book! Get the recipes here.

Go to a Museum
We know, we know. They’re closed! But you can take a virtual tour of some of the world’s most famous places. Check out our guide here.

Make Story Time a Pirate Adventure
Let the family-friendly podcast Story Pirates, a crew of mighty actors and musicians, fill your bedtime routine with tales from the high seas.

Grow a Garden Indoors
You and your littles are going to be spending a great deal of time indoors. Make it greener with these easy-to-make indoor planters.

Host a Comedy Club
They say laughter is the best medicine and, let’s be real, we could all use a good laugh now! Brush up on some pun-y jokes and take turns telling funnies over dinner. Voila, a dinner club!

Get Scrapy
Ran out of craft supplies? No problem. Check out 8 ways you can use scrap paper in your DIY projects.

—Meghan Yudes Meyers