What to do with your kids while they are home from school indefinitely

Dated: 03/19/2020

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Done with online learning?  Still need things to do to keep the kiddos busy?

Try these:

Disney put out an Imagineering Course (how cool is that?)

https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/hass-storytelling/imagineering-in-a-box

Scholastic is offering free resources and interesting learning too:

Scholastic Free Online Course

I also found 100 activities to do at home (I know I need to get mine off the video games):

100 Things to do at Home During School Closures

There are also a ton of virtual activities including zoo and museum tours:

https://virtualschoolactivities.com/

Do you have a Roku?  Download the DIY channel by Fawesome TV.  There are a bunch of videos for fun activities and experiments.

What are you doing to keep your kids busy during this crazy time?

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Lorian Harris

Lorian is an Associate Broker serving Colorado Springs, Monument, Falcon, Fountain, Castle Rock, Denver and all of the Front Range. As a former educator, I know what it takes to be dedicated to m....

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