dsmith80
So I've actually been at home for over a week now. Popping out for groceries occasionally and the occasional walk round the block. But besides school work I'm fast running out of ideas to keep my little girl busy. I don't like her sat in front of the TV too much and wondered if anyone is having the same issues or has any ideas?
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Jason Shaw jay3779
My daughter (living w me Weds, and other w/ends) hates Maths and is being asked to do it online at home along with duolingo and other bits and pieces. My contribution to her welfare, and those of her classmates in general, is by offering an online hub where the children can suggest fun online meetups via an events calendar. It's still embryonic, but can be seen here.
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dsmith80
That sounds great @Jason Shaw A few of our friends have been using Discord a a means to have a constantly open connection, so as if we're all together but not. It seems to work really well. We've even been sharing music too.
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dsmith80
Also, just found this which has some interesting ideas of things to do: Best Kids Days Out
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familylives
Hi all, we have compiled some guidance, links and resources that you may find helpful to use and read. This is a link to the page https://www.familylives.org.uk/advice/your-family/family-life/coping-practically-and-emotionally-during-the-covid-19-outbreak/
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