Memory Match, Tile Puzzles, Sequence Scrambles — Caribu’s new games are an exciting way to connect with family members in your next virtual playdate! These colorful contests are excellent activities for all ages. Play one-on-one, or try a team tournament with your grandchildren!
If you’re among those feeling bothered about the results of the election, you’re not alone. Bianka Hardin, a licensed clinical psychologist and owner of Centered Therapy Chicago says she’s heard election anxieties from patients and seen an increased number of people seeking therapy.
Caribu’s books and activities offer a magical mix to inspire imagination, laughter, and calm. Schedule a Caribu Call with your grandchildren to share in their smiles and enthusiasm! Enjoy reading, playing, and drawing together in a virtual playdate. Here are our Top Picks to stay calm this election week.
Let’s teach our children to stay informed, stay alert, and opt for action by taking time to engage and vote in Election 2020! By casting our ballots, it is the best way for us to hold our leaders accountable, give power to our voices, and strive for a better future.
While in-person Día de los Muertos festivities might be quieter this year due to COVID-19, many are still decorating family alters and participating in online events. Join in the celebrations with Caribu’s drawing pages! Color calaveras and other traditional designs in your next Caribu Call. Connect with loved ones to share family stories and honor the spirits of those who have passed.
There’s nothing parents hate more than daylight saving time, except for maybe onesies with like 8,000 buttons. While there is much debate on whether the time change that much of the country faces twice a year is beneficial, for parents it can wreak havoc on household sleep schedules and routines. Nobody wants to mess with a tired, cranky toddler. So what, if anything, can parents do to help kids adjust to time changes?
With Election Day quickly approaching, it’s very understandable to find yourself more anxious, more on edge. It’s also easy for those feelings to manifest as shortness or anger aimed at the people we love. Of course, that is the last thing our families need or that we want to provide them. So how do you keep yourself healthy and present? Take some deep breaths and follow the suggestions laid out below. Because, as with everything in 2020, the election will drag on for a lot longer than we anticipate.
More than eight months into the pandemic, with flu season looming and coronavirus cases climbing toward a third peak, parents are still anxious about how best to keep their children cared for and safe. Not every family has a choice, but deciding what is or isn’t too risky, with an uncertain situation and imperfect science, has left parents scrambling to make child care decisions that all seem far less than ideal.
With coronavirus rates rising in some parts of the country and social distancing measures still in place, many people are thinking about their health and that of others while considering how to celebrate. Here are some Halloween ideas from families across the country to keep the holiday spooky while staying safe, complete with wearing masks, sanitizing often and practicing social distancing.