Gone are the days when you could take the kids to the park to burn off steam in good conscience, but these indoor activities are here to save the day. With schools closing all over the world, it can be enough of a struggle trying your hand at homeschooling without having to worry about keeping kids occupied in downtime, too. We’ve already covered the homeschooling essentials you’ll need to get through self-isolation, and with the weekend just around the corner we’ve collected an assortment of great indoor activities to keep kids of all ages happy and win you some peace and quiet.
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Solo activities for kids stuck indoors
If you're stuck working from home, you'll need at-home activities to keep children occupied. If you've got two or more children, they'll be able to keep each other company, but these solo-play options can be shared in the name of teamwork-boosting skills. Whatever keeps them quiet, right?
Fun for all: Get the whole family involved
The weekend is nearly here, and it's important for parents and kids alike to get downtime. We've gathered some family-favorites guaranteed to put a smile on you and your kids' faces when you take a much-needed break.