If staying indoors was a tough enough challenge for you, try staying inside with children. That’ll give you something to fret about. Children are the last ones to want to stay inside during this time of the year when spring has finally arrived. They want to go out and ride bikes with friends and hang around the park, but the current situation makes it difficult to do so safely. That means you’re stuck inside the house with children who are feeling bored and irritated for being forced to be inside the house, and on top of that, you can’t do anything about it.
When children can’t find anything to do, they’ll start quarreling among themselves, and that’s when you know that things can’t get any more destructive than they already are. The world may be facing a global crisis, but there’s a whole other level of crisis happening under your roof.
So is there anything that you can do with your kids to get them to settle and to make them quiet? How about you take them for a tour? A virtual tour! Prepare your kids to visit these wonderful places without actually leaving the house and let your children enjoy being indoors for once.
A Trip to Space With NASA
Let your kids feel what it’s like to be in space. Visit this site, and you will learn all about NASA and its ongoing projects and life in space.
Virtual Tour in the Dali’s Museum in Catalonia
A physical layout of the museum is displayed on the link. You can virtually visit different areas of the museum when clicking on the specific pointers.
A Tour of Monterey Bay Aquarium
This aquarium shows its viewers beautiful and wonderful sea creatures, including several live cameras. You can show your children playful otters or make them awe at the Moon Jellyfish, and many others on their live cam show.
Day at the Zoo From Homes
San Diego Zoo is the country’s most visited zoo for citizens and tourists alike. But did you know that you can virtually visit the zoo and take a look at all the animals while sitting on your sofa?
You can catch the live show online along with your children by visiting the zoo’s website.
If you are struggling to find something to do while stuck inside, get outside virtually and check out these live cams!