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.
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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.
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!
Ran out of craft supplies? No problem. Check out 8 ways you can use scrap paper in your DIY projects.
—Meghan Yudes Meyers