Monday, March 23, 2020

Hi friends! I hope you are staying safe and well at home. I am an introvert at heart, but I also don't like being told what to do.  I get depressed when I feel trapped at home. It's a constant struggle between needing space and wanting to go out and explore the world, ha ha! And that is a normal daily struggle, so this social distancing thing is really messing with my sanity! But, like most of you, I'm just trying to make the best of it. One day at a time, right?

I thought I'd pop in and share a few more resources that may be useful if you are tired of hearing, "I'm bored!" for the eight millionth time. 

Wild + Free is offering a Homebound Activity Kit for young learners. They have a wide array of content bundles to buy and download - everything from gardening and homesteading to outdoor adventures, art, music and more. If you click the link to the Homebound kit ($29 for the full set), there are 4 FREE activities to download and try.

Big Life Journal has put together a free downloadable Stay at Home Care Package with Indoor Games and Activities. Check out their website for additional activities and a podcast for kids.

Many artists are jumping online and offering free courses and downloads, which is fantastic. Be sure to check out your local small businesses to see what they are offering. It's a great way to give back to your community and help support entrepreneurs. For example, a local Virginia Beach muralist is offering free coloring pages at, and AR Workshops in our area have created Take and Make craft kits for curbside pick up - great for all ages!

If you are looking for something a little more active, Wonder and Wildness has a great tutorial for learning how to juggle.

Further, if you find yourself cooking at home more than usual, or just in need of some new recipe ideas, my long time pal, Gina at Kleinworth and Co, has an amazing blog full of delicious recipes in easy to find categories. You are sure to find some inspiration! While you're there, you might also check out her printables, like these cute spring coloring bookmarks, or these cursive writing pages

For many more ideas, check out my previous post of educational activities for home learning here

Hang in there friends! We'll get through this together!

By the way, none of these are affiliate links or ads (not that there is anything wrong with that). But I am currently just sharing a few favorite resources.  :)


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