With the coronavirus spreading fast and anxiety spreading even faster, schools are shutting down, churches are closing their doors, and everyone is staying inside. The world seems to be in a state of sheer panic, and no one really knows what to do (except hoard all of the toilet paper). But in the midst of the chaos and fear, there is an opportunity to connect with your kids in new ways and make the best of difficult circumstances.
If your teen’s school has closed for a few days, weeks, or even months, you might be in a bit of a frenzy trying to figure out what on earth your family can do to keep from driving each other crazy. Fear not! Here is a list of light-hearted activities you could do as a family to navigate through the global event.