With preschools in New Jersey temporarily closed, you, as a parent, might be wondering how you’ll go with the day without your kids throwing tantrums because of boredom. In this time of extended quarantine, you can let your creativity and resourcefulness kick in by making learning activities fun.
The Green House Preschool and Kindergarten, Inc., your trusted kindergarten in Fort Lee, New Jersey, brings you 3 engaging and fun activities you can do with your kids at home as recommended by the World Health Organization.
- Wash Your Hands with Peppa Pig.
With her family and friends, Peppa can show your kids the fun of safe hand hygiene through her sing-along video, “Wash Wash Wash Your Hands.” You can watch it together with your kids and teach them how to properly wash their hands.
- Read the World.
To support children and young people in isolation, International Publishers Association (IPA), WHO, and UNICEF launched Read the World last April. You can explore this exclusive children’s book reading initiative by joining them online with your children. Read more here: https://www.unicef.org/coronavirus/read-the-world
- My Hero is You: How kids can fight COVID-19!.
In collaboration with 50 humanitarian organizations, WHO produced a new storybook entitled, “My Hero is You.” This initiative is aimed to help children, ages 6-11 years-old understand COVID-19. With your supervision, they can learn how to protect themselves, your family, and friends from coronavirus and how to manage difficult emotions when confronted with a new and rapidly changing reality.
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