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From Kinfo, with love.
As always, Kinfo’s mission is to share best activities for families, especially during this period of time when we struggle to adjust to new routines.
We want to stay positive and help you and your children make the most of this period as an opportunity to learn, interact and play differently.
Have a look below at recommendations we handpicked for you today.
They are all suitable to be done at home.
Feel free to browse Kinfo app, we have thousands of activities from parents like you.
We have also asked Dr M. Konczynski to give us regular updates and advice
in order to help you navigate this period of overwhelming information:
The situation in the UK is evolving fast. The Coronavirus-2019 is now in free circulation and the priority has become the management of those with severe symptoms. Many measures are already in place to continue to curb the spread but our role is, more than ever, to ensure we wash our hands with soap for 20 secs regularly* and that we keep our distance!
And if you want to access verified information, you can always trust the WHO website.
You don’t need to go to an escape room to have that feeling of racing against time to solve a critical challenge! Recommended by a mum of 2, there are different versions of this game so you can test your family’s power to unlock mystery games!
This might not be considered “fun” per but MyTutor can keep your teens busy and focussed. This is an online one-to-one tutoring platform that supports any type of curriculum. You register, search for a tutor and book the lesson that will take place online. Brillant!
A mum who is running a local homeschooling and private tuition agency Griffin & Bell is offering for free their online English and Literacy course for 8-13 year olds for the “duration of this strange time” as she rightly describes it (Coupon code: VIP). We are touched by the solidarity and generosity.
Rubis Red is a compelling movie about a teenager with superpowers. Recommended by a mum of two, this is the first part of a fiction sequel, including “Sapphire Blue” and “Emerald Green”. That should keep a couple of evenings busy!
Kids of all ages will enjoy this show but if you want them to help you with cooking, you might want to wait until they can properly handle a couple of knifes. Recommended by a dad who is keen to get some support in the kitchen.
dear mum, dear dad, dear friend,
have you discovered any gems online?
Any service that have helped you and your family?
PLEASE SHARE IT ON KINFO, WE ALL NEED LOVE AND TIPS
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