As we face the third wave of the coronavirus pandemic, including the highly contagious Delta variant, Jamaicans have been forced into lockdown and will be required to stay at home for seven days, starting today and on the 23rd. August 24, 29, 30, 31. , and September 5. Closures can be difficult. Relieve stress by taking the opportunity to spend quality, safe time with loved ones. Many families are probably looking for creative ideas to entertain their children, spouses or loved ones. So here is a guide to some technologically reduced activities you can try at home.
If your family loves games a lot but you haven’t had time due to busy schedules, then make those lockdown moments count by indulging in board games, cards, and dominoes. You can form teams and compete for household chores or candy.
Who doesn’t love a classic painting and sipping? Take out the wine and juice boxes, choose a picture that everyone can agree on, or select a family member to pose as a model. From there, with the necessary supplies gathered, move on to painting. It helps if there is an award for “Best Booming Picasso”.
Who remembers Boy / Girl? Your children might be oblivious to this rite of passage, making it the best time to relive the story. Share all the rules and test their knowledge of names, animals, places, food and things. They might surprise you.
It’s a perfect activity for two, but you can, by all means, play it with your family. Maybe you can find out who really broke the glass last week for the truth and see how challenging your kids can be.
If your home has decent garden space, this is a perfect way to get the younger kids out, wandering around looking for clues and cool finds. Free their Dora, Diego, Blues Clues or any police cartoon that fascinates them right now,
As cliché as it sounds, nothing brings a family together faster than a movie, especially if it’s something your youngsters really can’t wait to see. Want to spend some time alone? No problem. Movies are also known to be the fastest way to put children to sleep in some cases. So that you can find your way early enough, don’t fall into your own trap. PS it would be wonderful if you could watch a burst series together or on your own.
Since the kitchen will be visited frequently, why not focus an activity in the hot room? Instead of working alone on the stove, involve the family. It could mean making pancakes from scratch, baking a cake or bread pudding.
It’s still summer, minus the rain from the recent tropical storm. If the weather is nice, fire up this grill and have a family barbecue. No swimming pool? No problem. That’s why we have a tip. The goal is to get everyone out so they don’t feel trapped that they can’t get through the portal.
You wanted to catch up on some light reading, alone or with your family, but you just didn’t find the time. Now is the right time to do just that.
As mundane as it sounds, if you really get a break from all the hustle and bustle of the outside world, no work, no other distractions, spending time alone or as a couple, maybe you should catch up on some sleep. much needed. It does wonders for the mind as well as for the body.
Now is the perfect opportunity to learn a new skill or step into unfamiliar territory. This also applies to couples and families; the sky is the limit, innovate and have fun.