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Home Bound Because of Coronavirus – What To Do?

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  • Has the coronavirus threat kept you and your family homebound? If not now, it probably will in the days to come.

    So if you are home bound, let's look at some home enjoyment activities that you can enjoy with your family.

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Good time to enjoy some TV

Notes:

  • The coronavirus virus – notably know as Covad-19 – is forcing the cancellation of many major events. First we had the NBA suspending their season – followed by the NHL, NFL and MLB. Probably the biggest surprise of all was the cancellation of the NCAA tournament – so no March madness for 2020.
  • Along with the sport franchises, many other entertainment venues has also been cancelled across the nation. And many schools and universities are moving their curriculum online. Next you might see major corporations shifting their workforce at home. And to top it all off, many of our places of worship have closed their doors for Sunday services.
  • How long will this last? It could be a few weeks or even months before COVAD-19 subsides.
  • So that means many of us are going to be homebound with limited places to go. So what do you do? Thank goodness for television. It might be the only entertainment venue that you have where you feel completely safe.
  • You may already have your TV set up. But how about getting a smart TV as a prize for having to bear this coronavirus period. Connect the smart TV to the internet and set it up in a common room where the entire family can join in for some entertainment while we remain stuck behind doors.
  • And if TV gets boring, scroll below for some other family fun ideas.
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Setup a game playing area

Notes:

  • Turn off the TV and enjoy some old fashion fun by setting up a board game and playroom area for the family. This rec space could be in the attic or basement – or perhaps a spare bonus room upstairs.
  • So what kind of fun to have – that depends on the age of your children. But some ideas include a ping pong table, a board game table, an large monitor for electronic games and challenges, and other activities that will keep the kids occupied.
  • You might also need to set aside a “school room” where the kids can be home schooled (for those school districts that have moved classrooms online). Your kids will need an “study” area with internet/wifi connections for online access to their school’s curriculum board. The playroom can become both a school room and play area.
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Teach the kids how to cook

Notes:

  • Here is a smart activity that you can incorporate into your homeschooling. Teach your children how to cook. You will be teaching them important life skills that they will need as they go off to college and into their adult life.
  • Keep it simple for their enjoyment. Teach the basics skills like mixing, reading recipes, using ingredients and serving breakfast, lunch or dinner.
  • For the older kids, assign them the task to plan a family meal one evening during the week. Since both mom and dad are probably working, everyone in the family needs to pitch in to manage family meals and needs during this coronavirus outbreak.
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Get the outside ready for spring

Notes:

  • We are fortunate that the COVAD-19 homebound period is during our seasonal warm-up phase – your family will not be trapped indoors. Spring officially begins this coming week and what better time to get the yard ready for summer.
  • Bring the family together to rake up the fall and winter debris – pull weeds from the garden beds – and do some seed plantings for both vegetables and flowers that will be transplanted to the garden later on.
  • Make this outdoor activity part of their homeschooling project. Teach them about soil conservation, plantings, and basic yard maintenance care and design. Keep your teaching session at around 30-60 minutes max – followed by some recess time with the whole family. It will benefit both you and the kids.
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Catch up on your reading

Notes:

  • Our final suggestion is to increase your “me” time – time that you can enjoy for yourself. It could be with a good book or activity that releases the stress that you may have during this time period with work and family.
  • Yes, it will be a challenge to manage homebound needs, work pressures and homeschooling. So when the days come to an end and the kids are tucked away in bed, this is the time you can take to unwind and enjoy a good book or insiprational moment.
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