It’s not unlikely that your snacking habits have grown lax in order to to cope with the new Covid-19 routine— especially now that we all have easy and consistent access to our kitchens. But just as we follow schedules for work and school, mealtimes and snacks can also be planned to keep you satisfied and on track to accomplish everything on your agenda during the day.
Arts & crafts are an essential component of the at-home summer camp experience. Strike a balance between guided and independent crafts for your kids to foster creative problem solving and to plan around your own work schedule. We provide a host of activities across a range of themes so that you can rotate over the course of the summer.
This week in Camp Quarantine, we’re talking about all the exciting outdoor activities your kids can enjoy this summer. If you missed our first article on building a schedule, it may be helpful to take a look so that you can start working these ideas into your own at-home summer camp.
Kids function more successfully when on a schedule, and so planning out how to structure your at-home summer camp is critical. As challenging as it may be, taking the time to plan now is the key to a smooth summer. It’s an investment in your children’s happiness that will benefit you and your family in the long run.
As safety restrictions that have been put in place for Covid-19 begin to ease up, there are many nuances that can be difficult for a child to grasp. We offer these tips and guidance to prepare you for the talk with your children about easing restrictions.
With nearly two months of quarantine under our belts—and the likelihood of several more—people everywhere are suddenly facing a new set of challenges. Take time to self-reflect, and focus on these six key factors to help yourself feel in control during Covid-19