Keeping The Kids Busy…
Fun Ideas For Kids At Home
Authors, musicians and actors are offering online activities and interactions to keep children occupied and learning through fun. Also, businesses are working hard to create opportunities to provide for their customers, while keep everyone safe. Here are just a few…
The beloved children’s author and illustrator of the beloved “Pigeon” series, if offering daily “Lunch Doodles” at 1PM. You can watch live, or replay anytime, on YouTube.
The voice of Olaf from the Frozen movies will be reading children’s books aloud each night on Twitter. Gad shared, “since we’re all stuck at home right now, I figured we would have a little fun together.”
Weird School series author is reading live on Facebook each day from his book Miss Blake is Flake at 2PM.
Books & Greetings (Northvale, NJ) and Pickwick Books (Nyack, NY)
Both locations will take your order by phone and deliver books curbside. Stock up on some high interest books, and also ask about games and puzzles.
The Cake Fairy
Now offering “Decorate Your Own Cookies Kit” via delivery. Each box includes baked cookies, 2 icing colors, 1 white icing, sprinkles and instructions and inspiration pictures. Themes include Elmo & Cookie Monster, Mickey & Minnie, Spring Flowers and Mermaids & Butterflies and Shapes. $14 each. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Peace in Piermont
Just because the studio is closed, doesn’t mean you can’t practice family or kiddie yoga. Peace in Piermont is offering classes via Zoom! It’s also the perfect opportunity to practice with friends from school or family across the country. Email email@example.com
Jeannine Deramo is a certified Literacy Specialist and freelance writer. She is a staff writer for Rivertown Magazine and author of the Rivertown Retail monthly fashion & shopping column. She is the founder of lifestyle blog Peace & Plenty.