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A Parent’s Guide to Surviving Social Distancing

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Almost overnight, we’ve gone from shuttling kids to and from school, commuting to work, and spending evenings at soccer games and extracurricular activities to lockdown at home. Now, remote work and homeschooling are the new norm. Last week, we highlighted resources that parents can use to keep kids busy and learning at home. This week, I want to take a moment to talk about your sanity as a parent. As “shelter in place” and coronavirus quarantine orders affect more people across the country and around the world, here’s our parent’s guide to surviving social distancing.

8 Activities to Keep Kids Busy and Learning from Home

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If you’re like many parents across the United States, social distancing has had an immediate and drastic impact on your life. Suddenly, you may be juggling working from home and staying productive, all while wondering how to homeschool your children. Check out these eight activities to keep kids busy, learning, and growing.

How to Incorporate a Travel Mindset into Your Family Culture Definition

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Family culture is the collection of habits, traditions, practices, and values that define a family. How do we make a travel mindset integral to our family culture definition? Let’s explore some effective ways to bring the spirit of exploration into our family’s culture through shared experiences and traditions.

Why Children Need Nature and How to Inspire Them to Love It

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The experience of growing up has changed dramatically over the past decade. For many children in the Digital Age, childhood has become less about catching insects and making mud pies and more about television and tablets. Children today spend unprecedented amounts of time indoors, and the consequences aren’t good. Why? Because children need nature. Fortunately, here are five surefire ways to get your kids outside having fun.