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The Kids Are At Home

How to encourage and help your child facilitate using their imaginations to play and learn on their own, without the TV or Tablet (At least for a while each day so you can get a break!)
Ok, so we’ve been thrust into a new way of life by a situation called COVID 19
We’ve been forced to isolate ourselves away from our loved ones, families, our children from their schools, colleges, universities and learning and activity facilities. Our medical services are now discerning about who they make seeing a priority and are not so easily accessible. 
All the things we have taken for granted are no longer available to us temporarily, such as gyms, classes, hair salons, beauty treatments, restaurants, coffee shops, venues, events...the list goes on. 
As adults, we are more adaptable, given our logical reasoning which allows us to conclude that this challenge is a temporary one, however alarming and at times frustrating this situation can be. 
It’s not quite like the summer school holidays or end of te…