Many children are at home right now, and we want to share some family-friendly ideas to keep you busy and entertained! The first resource is a newsletter from The Seattle Times, called The Weekly Wonder. This week, they share five fun ways to encourage your children’s curiosity, including paper airplane construction, lessons from astronauts, and inspiration for your own chain-reaction project. Please follow this link to see the newsletter!
Another resource lists simple activities for children and adolescents. These activities are sorted into categories so that you can find something that fits your needs, whether you’re looking to involve screen time, avoid screen time, use limited supplies, or find peace and quiet. Some examples include crafting a photo collage, performing a science experiment, and hosting a treasure hunt. Please follow this link for more ideas!