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You just found out your kids are out of school for a whole month due to Coronavirus protective measures. Now what?

Your kids might want to spend the next month sleeping in or watching YouTube videos but self-isolation isn’t a vacation. This sudden closure of schools is disruptive to a child’s education and they may not understand what is going on. As parents you may have concerns about your children falling behind in school, boredom, or you would like to prevent endless hours of television watching.

Thankfully, the internet has many ideas, schedules, curriculum, and activities to keep your children busy during Coronavirus self-isolation.

Here are a few websites to help keep your sanity during the next couple of weeks:

  1. San Diego Unified School District – Instructional Resources This resource provides curriculum from San Diego Unified Schools to help keep your children from falling behind with their courses. They even have ideas for P.E. and wellness during this time off from school. 
  2. The Monterey Aquarium – Live Cameras A live look at several exhibits at the Monterey Aquarium, including the Jellyfish Cam, Kelp Forrest Cam, and Penguin Cam.
  3. Khan Academy A non-profit educational website with free schedules and curriculum resources for all grade levels for use during the school closures. 
  4. PBS Kids This website has children-friendly videos and games for fun yet educational screen time. You can also sign up for a newsletter that provides daily ideas for at-home fun and education.
  5. Red Ted Art Tutorials Easy and creative follow along craft and art tutorials for preschool and elementary aged children.

At Minella Law Group we know these are difficult times and we remain working on your cases remotely, ready to assist you with any family law issues that may arise.

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