Do you enjoy walks as a family? Thinking about taking this to the next stage and increasing the length or difficulty of the walks perhaps? Plan out your route, pack up those backpacks and get hiking.
Whilst restrictions begin to ease up across the globe, there are still millions of children off school and nursery, meaning parents still need to educate and entertain. Here are a few ideas.
As we begin half term, here is a list of ideas put together by Netgem TV to make your family time watching TV much more worthwhile.
Loungewear is the default right now for so many people in lockdown. Whilst on the whole we’ve been really lucky with the weather and we’ve had some really high temperatures, we’ve also had temperature just above freezing some days – so, are you keeping cool or getting cosy? Chances are it’s a bit of both really!
It’s week eight on the Coronacoster – how are you all doing? Crisis schooling certainly has it’s ups and downs doesn’t it. I’ve generally found that the lower I set my expectations at the start of the day, the better the day and the more we achieve, so I’ve been trying to roll with that as much as possible.
Everyone could do with some positive messages at the moment I think. It can get very difficult for so many people when lots of things seem a bit hopeless.
We’ve been working our way through the various tasks set by school again this week. For the little boys that means uploading their work via the See Saw App, and for the older children, via the online system they use to send their work to their teachers.
For all of us, 2020 has started with an unexpected twist. Typically for this time of year, the weather is getting warmer and the nights are lasting longer, but our doors and plans are remaining firmly shut and sealed. With the outbreak of Covid-19, the government has enforced social isolation to minimise the risk of spreading the virus.