With COVID-19 cutting off access to zoos, libraries, museums, and even enjoyment of the great outdoors, Dunn says now is the perfect time to teach kids about habitats and biodiversity—without leaving the house. In fact, adults will probably be just as stunned to discover how many animals we share our homes with.
This year, families around the world will be celebrating Mother’s Day from home. The moms in our lives do so much to support us, and it’s important to honor them for their love, effort and care. Although we are indoors, there are many ways to make it a meaningful Sunday. Try some new activities, or take a fresh approach to old traditions! Here are some suggestions for inexpensive ways to honor and celebrate the special mothers in our lives.
Being stuck inside with your kids for an indefinite amount of time due to a global pandemic is stressful enough. It’s even worse when those kids can’t stop bickering. For many parents, this is the new reality. Siblings, cooped up and frustrated, are fighting more than they normally might, and nobody can escape.