5 ways to keep kids busy while working from home
Get your kids to act, rather than linger on TV or tablet! You have to move the little ones. Create a safe track in your living room with different control points. You can use pillows for this!
Create a to-do list
Start the day by preparing the to-do list together. Add to the list what your child may want to do as well as what you need to do. Ask your child for suggestions to be part of daily planning. Include activities that your child can do on his own, not just with his parents or nanny. Use stickers or crayons to reward activities throughout the day on the list!
Everything has a bath time!
Have your child take their car to a car wash! Create an assembly line in the arrangement you arrange with soap and sponge and a towel, and let each car wash one by one. You can try the same with quick-drying toys.
Organize household items and toys
Open a cabinet with safe items and let your child organize the cabinet. Have them sort by color, shape and size. Do the same with a sock drawer, lego box, etc. You can also try with objects.
Take a picture sheet and learn how your child can draw, observe, interpret objects.