Cabin fever is for real! Experiencing isolation with children can stretch your imagination and quite possibly test your patience. When you run out of homebound activities this free printable Cabin Fever Bucket List includes 50 Things for Kids to do in (or around) the House.
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As the old saying goes, desperate times call for desperate measures. At this time, current times call for desperate measures.
50 Things for Kids to do in or Around the House
The world is in a state of emergency. Schools, gyms, libraries, offices and sit-down restaurants have been temporarily closed. There are corporate offices that can be compared to the likes of ghost towns because of the desperate need for people to stay home and work remotely. And the terms “social distancing” and “isolation” have become part of our daily vocabulary.
The outbreak of Coronavirus has led to the isolation of families across the globe. Outside of bike rides our family has not left our house (or backyard) in days. We are doing our part to slow down the spread of COVID-19. And in doing so we have added extra reading, a plethora of games, puzzles, activities and short lessons to our daily schedule. I know that we are not alone which is why I created this list of 50 Things for Kids to do in (or around) the House.
Cabin Fever Bucket List
If you have ideas for homebound activities to offer to the children with cabin fever, please leave them in the comments below. Undoubtedly, there is a parent out there that will benefit from what you have to share. We really are all in this together. Just together in our own spaces.
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