By Taylor Bugg

Businesses across the country are moving their practices online as a result of the spreading COVID-19 pandemic. Childcare facilities, K-12 schools, and universities are moving their curriculums to a virtual environment as a way of reducing the risk of exposure and spread of the coronavirusWith these sudden changes, working families across the nation are faced with the daily challenge of balancing work, childcare, and personal care, while still maintaining proper social distancing. Let us assure you that you’re not alone in this, Cloud for Good is dedicated to making your transition both seamless and painless. We’ve done our research and asked our Goodies for their personal tips in order to provide you with resources and activities useful for your entire family.   

Family Media Recommendations  

Gathering as a family to watch our favorite movies and television shows offer a great chance to connect and spend time together. Here are some family-friendly media recommendations from Common Sense media that kids, parents, and guardians at any age will love 

Resources for At-Home, Virtual Learning  

Moving children to online schooling may be difficult at first due to the many distractions at home. Here are some resources to help parents, guardians, and other caregivers keep children more engaged and focused while learning at home. 

Travel Around the World with Virtual Tours 

See the world from your seat on the couch! Exploring a museum, touring a zoo, or going on a virtual field trip, all from the comfort of your own home, is a great way to shake up the daily routine and experience something extraordinary. We’ve listed some of our favorite remote adventures belowbut be sure to visit this extensive list of virtual tours HERE. 

DIY Activities  

Arts and crafts are loved by children of all ages, from painting with watercolors to DIY science experiments. Dedicate time for expressing your creative side and keeping your imagination running wild with some of our favorite activities and crafts:   

Where to Find COVID-19 Updates:  

While you’re adjusting to your new at-home environment, make sure to keep yourself and your family informed with the latest information coming out about COVID-19. To do so, we recommend using reputable sources such as the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and/or your local government to stay up to date. These are some of our favorite sources:  

 

Taylor Bugg

Taylor Bugg

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