Surviving a Quarantine with the Family

The dreaded COVID-19, coronavirus now known all around the world.

And here in the US many states are canceling schools and other public events to stop the spreading of this virus.

Are you one of those families that now have a spring break that will last 4 weeks?

If you’re looking for some ideas of what to do in these for weeks, I’m here to help!


How do you prevent the spread of a virus

Check out the CDC website for the best and most current information.

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The CDC also has some great posters on hand washing. Check them out here.

Resource for Homeschooling kids

If you’re home with your kids for the next few weeks you may be looking for some things to do at home. Check out a couple of posts I have on the topic.

Free Homeschool Resources – There are so many websites that provide free resources for teaching your children at home.

Indoor Activities for Kids – If it’s raining or snowing wherever you are maybe you can try some of these activities.

Mom at home with kids

Resources for Mom – Mama needs some help as well.

Me-time for Mom – Don’t forget to take care of yourself as well.

Supporting other Moms – There may be a mam you know who can use your help.

I think it’s important to stay calm and be strong through this. Talk to your children and explain to them at the appropriate age level about what’s going on.

Don’t forget to check on neighbors and friends to make sure they are okay.

The most important thing I want you to remember is that through all of this, ultimately GOD is in charge.

Philippians 4:6 
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.

If you have some real-life hacks or tips for moms during this coronavirus school closure time please share in the comments!

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