Having school closures and social distancing due to COVID-19 is a big adjustments for all of us, especially with young children. I totally understand because I have a 3-year-old and a 10-month-old to entertain and keeping them busy.
So to help you out, these are the 3 things I'm doing with my children, especially my 3-year-old.
Activity #1: If you have family album(s) already printed and it's been sitting on the bookshelf or on the coffee table, take them out, look at the album(s) together and relive the memories you've made together. If you don't have a recent album made, go to your computer and look at the last family pictures or vacation pictures together as a family. Oh and don't forget the videos!
Activity #2: Did you say scrapbooking? Yes, scrapbooking is so easy and fun. Simply start by ordering a 12x12 album, scrapbooking accessories (for example: stickers, scrapbook papers, glitter pens, and don't forget the mounting adhesives to tape your pictures.) and order 20-30 prints (mpix is what I recommend to my clients) from your recent family session or vacation pictures and have everything ship to your house. Once you have everything, it's time to start scrapbooking. You are making memories together while designing your beautiful album. Priceless!
Activity #3: Take pictures together. I bought a children camera for my daughter last Christmas and she loves it! She takes pictures of all of us and also random things around the house and then I will go through the pictures with her and she gets to show off her art. You can do this at home or outside (your front or back yard). There are thousands of things you can take pictures of and then do a show and tell later. How fun is that!