It’s officially the first weekend in April, and we’re in the thick of social distancing and self-quarantining. If your at-home routine is becoming a little tired, scroll down to check out some ways to mix things up a bit!
Family Friendly Podcasts
Podcasts aren’t just for your adult ears only, and these kid- friendly options prove it. Dive into new episodes whenever you need some downtime at home.
Celebrity Bedtime Stories
With kids’ events and school being canceled the last few weeks, it’s understandable they may feel a little uncertain. Authors, illustrators and celebrities have started reading bedtime stories to help comfort kids at home.
Every parents’ nemesis, the LEGO brick. Make the most of your time at home by organizing those bricks with these clever storage solutions.
Don’t Scrap the Scrap Paper
We all have scrap paper, so why not put it to good use with one of these upcycle projects. You can make a card to send to the grandparents, decorate your room with a paper garland and make bookmarks for all those books you’ll be reading this week.
Top 100 Movies for Kids
Running out of things to stream? Check out this list of classic movies kids should watch before they turn 12. Movie night, anyone?
You don’t need a green thumb to tackle these indoor gardening projects. It’s a great way to bring the outdoors inside!
Move to the Music
Whether it’s at home dance parties, virtual instrument lessons, or your Broadway favorites streaming online, there’s something for everyone on this music resource list.
– Jesseca Stenson
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