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When you’re stuck at home with the kids and have nothing to do, don’t despair! It’s easier than you think to grab the crayons, glue, glitter, and paint and let their creativity shine. These fun activities for kids are easy, DIY, and can mostly be done with everyday items that you have around the house. (Your kids can do their part for the environment and keep themselves occupied at the same time.) You just need these sparks of inspiration to get the ideas flowing. What’s that you hear? It’s probably the sound of laughter and concentration, and certainly not a kid yelling, “I’m bored!” from the other side of the house.
If it’s rainy and you’re stuck indoors, there are tons of painting projects, inside crafts, and small-scale obstacle courses and activities that’ll hold their attention for long stretches of time. Or, if you’re able to head to the backyard, there are fun ideas for bubbles, water-based activities, and activities that get their little bodies moving. Either way, we’ve got your recipe for happy kids. Best of all, none of these require an electronic device or an app, so you don’t have to worry about too much screen time.
Marilyn: Captain Crozier repeatedly over several days asked for his ship to dock and get the infected sailors off of the ship and get treated in Guam. There was a base & a hospital there. Instead, officials sat on their hands and did nothing while more and more sailors became infected. Conditions are very crowded on a ship. It does not take a genius to see how easily the coronavirus could spread. The captain finally sent the letter and cc'd multiple people. It was leaked to the press. What would your opinion of Captain Crozier be if he had simply gone along with official policy and done nothing and allowed most if not all of the men become infected and some to die?