Family Summer time Activity Alternatives During Covid-19

 

15 Summer Activities to Do With Your Family

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Famous sites and world-class museums all over the world have jumped on the virtual bandwagon during Covid-19. Destinations like the battlefields at Gettysburg, the Louvre, and the Smithsonian now have tours available online. Take an educational “trip” as a family. 14 Summer Camp Alternatives During COVID-19. Posted on May 28, 2020.

Your summer plans are likely in a bit of disarray due to the COVID-19 pandemic. You may be rethinking plans to send your children to summer camp or your camps may be cancelled altogether. Just search online for fun activities and create your own curriculum. Spice it up by.

Wear a mask when not eating or drinking. Sports and sporting events. Contact sports, such as wrestling and basketball, carry more COVID-19 risk than others. Team sports such as tennis, baseball, softball and soccer, pose less.

Safe summer activities for your family during COVID-19. By: Amy Nay. Posted at 10:30 AM, Jun 19, 2020. and last updated 2020-06-19 14:24:18-04. Due to fears of COVID-19, many parents may be.

1. Go for a safe swim. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there is no evidence that COVID-19 can be spread to humans through water. Proper operation, maintenance and disinfection (with chlorine or bromine) of pools should kill the virus. 250+ Creative Ways to Keep Your Family Sane During the COVID-19 Crisis.

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Family Activities to Try During the COVID-19 Pandemic Responding to COVID-19 Get Outside and Play Take a nature walk at one of the 75 Ohio State Parks. These Are the Safest Ways to Vacation with Kids During the Summer of COVID-19 In light of the pandemic, pivoting to vacation rentals, RVs, camping, and resorts with plenty of elbow room is the. A chart released by the Texas Medical Association that rates the risk of various activities amid the COVID-19 pandemic has gone viral. But is it correct?

In general, the more closely you interact with others and the longer that interaction, the higher the risk of COVID-19 spread. If you decide to engage in public activities, continue to protect yourself by practicing everyday preventive actions.; Keep these items on hand when venturing out: a face mask, tissues, and a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol, if possible.

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Appropriate activities during the school-age years include running, jumping rope, swimming, roller skating, ice skating, dancing, and bicycle riding.

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from Wong’s Essentials of Pediatric Nursing E-Book
by David Wilson, Marilyn J. Hockenberry
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2013

Join kids in active play—perhaps hike together as a weekend outing, ride bikes after dinner, play a quick game of catch or hopscotch after work, clean up a local nature trail, knead a loaf of bread, try a rock-climbing gym, or take an active vacation (perhaps with hiking, swimming, or skiing).

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from American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition
by Roberta Larson Duyff
HMH Books, 2012

As adults, they maintain high levels of participation in these types of activities—outdoor experiences such as camping, hiking, swimming, skiing, ice skating, playing a musical instrument or engaging in arts and crafts; going to amusement parks and movies; sightseeing and attending sports events.

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from Reinventing the Museum: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on the Paradigm Shift
by Gail Anderson
AltaMira Press, 2004

Consider carving out quality time with youngsters, perhaps helping them with homework, playing games, scheduling weekday or weekend family outings, or conducting family projects.

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NYU Press, 2014

These provided a wide range of activities, both indoor and outdoor, that varied from day to day: swimming at the indoor pool, ice-cream trips, boat rides at the beach, sandcastle-building, games like mini-tennis and the usual arts and crafts, singing and stories.

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Examples include family outings (such as camping, fishing, and biking trips), family exercise sessions (such as walks and hikes), and family activity nights (such as bowling or skating night).

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by Corbin, Charles B, McConnell, Karen, et. al.
Human Kinetics, 2014

Suggest activities that families can do together that promote a healthier lifestyle, such as finding time to spend together doing a fun activity: family park day, swim day, or bike day, limiting screen time for everyone, and giving children toys that encourage physical activity such as balls, kites, and jump ropes.

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from Early Education Curriculum: A Child’s Connection to the World
by Nancy Beaver, Susan Wyatt, Hilda Jackman
Cengage Learning, 2016

Programming included games, initiatives, adventure activities (canoeing, kayaking, wall-climbing, hiking, and nature-connection activities), psycho-educational sessions, as well as individual family sessions on days in between the multifamily adventure days.

“Nature-Based Therapy: A Practitioner’s Guide to Working Outdoors with Children, Youth, and Families” by Nevin J. Harper, Kathryn Rose, David Segal
from Nature-Based Therapy: A Practitioner’s Guide to Working Outdoors with Children, Youth, and Families
by Nevin J. Harper, Kathryn Rose, David Segal
New Society Publishers, 2019

• Offer family time with walking, playing, running, tennis, skiing, dancing, scavenger hunts, supervised water play, ice skating, hiking, and bike riding.

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from Pediatric Primary Care E-Book
by Catherine E. Burns, Ardys M. Dunn, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016

We chose our family vacations and weekend hikes, we gave permission for our children’s sleepovers, and, as the school year wound down, we’d discuss with our kids the range of summer day camps and play options, look at our finances, and craft schedules to keep them busy and entertained.

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Regnery Publishing, 2017

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