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Things to do during corona virus

Sarah1984Sarah1984 Member Posts: 42 Courageous
edited April 6 in Coffee lounge
Hi.

I hope everyone is okay.  I was born with Scoliosis, which is a curve of the spine and it affects my lungs too.  I am at high risk of getting the Corona virus.  How are you spending your time indoors?  Have you got any fresh air?  I have been watching films, doing a bit of tidying up and doing makeup looks, which is one of my hobbies. I have a Facebook page called See the person, not just the condition/disability https://www.facebook.com/mescoliosisdisability  Like my page if you want to.  I also have a beauty blog https://beautyloversarah.blogspot.com
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  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 602 Pioneering
    Hi @Sarah1984. I also have scoliosis as well as other things. Fortunatley my lungs aren't affected by it. I live 2 minutes walk from the river seven so take my dog along the riverbank for a walk everyday. She loves it and spends quite a lot of her time in the river. I also do a lot of painting so that takes up a bit of my time and there is always the dreaded housework to do!
  • April2018momApril2018mom Member - under moderation Posts: 2,856 Member - under moderation
    This is my list of activities, some could be used as educational activities too:

    1- Play games with your kiddo
    2- Hold meaningful discussions with your family and friends
    3- Paint your nails
    4- Watch a new movie or TV programme on Netflix and write a summary of it
    5- Sleep or pamper yourself
    6- Do some gardening, cooking or baking as a family
    7- Dance around your living room to music
    8- Take photos of every family member with permission
    9- Embrace a new hobby like sewing
    10- Watch YouTube tutorials and learn a new skill
    11- Have a family reading competition
    12- Build something 
    13- Finish off any chores etc
    14- Draw something
    15- Sketch a tree for example
    16- Start a blog 
    17- Build a den in the living room
    18- Use this opportunity to bond with other people
    19- Look for shapes at home
    20- Water play! 
  • Chloe_ScopeChloe_Scope Administrator Posts: 8,284 Scope community team
    Some great examples! What else would you guys add?
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  • April2018momApril2018mom Member - under moderation Posts: 2,856 Member - under moderation
    More ideas

    Skipping
    Free tennis clinics at home
    Painting
    Art and craft projects
    Woodwork 
    Cooking
    Reading
    Puppet making
    Pine cone art
    Gardening
    Movie and discussion nights
    Sand art
    Baking
    Family game nights
    Science experiments
    Card design
    Home workouts
    Writing 
    Toy making
    Acting
    Fencing or archery 
    Mosaic art 
    Bubble wrap
    Hula hoop competition
    Bible Study 

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