For people who haven’t been vaccinated, allow for social distancing between people from different households and skip the hugs and handshakes when meeting outdoors in small groups. Plan activities that don't require close contact, such as sidewalk chalk for kids and games like kickball. And remember to bring hand sanitizer.
Get your kids to make a large circle outside and ask for a volunteer to go in the middle and be the dance master. Whatever move the dance master does (the sillier the better), the rest of the class has to copy. Keep going clockwise around the circle until everyone has had a go.
What better way to social distance than an activity meant to be a solitary, quiet endeavor? Whether you live near the ocean, by a lake or just at a local fishing hole, get the kids outdoors by letting them learn how to fish. Gear can be had pretty cheap online, and in many states, kids under a certain age can fish without a license (check your local ordinances).
Summer doesn't have to be ruined due to continued COVID-19 restrictions. These genius indoor and outdoor social distancing games keep kids 6 feet apart from friends while they play.
Keep reading for a College Magazine-approved list of surefire fun social distancing activities that you’ll want to turn into traditions. 1. Roller-skate Tik-Tok style youtube.com. Who else dreams of embodying effortless grace like those Fleetwood Mac roller-skaters on TikTok?
A feel-good roundup of creative and random activities people are doing while social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Prioritize outdoor activities, such as drive-in concerts. Offer online attendance options in addition to in-person attendance to help reduce the number of in-person attendees. Limit in-person attendance or seating capacity to allow for physical distancing, or host smaller events in larger spaces.
Parks and golf courses within the Sacramento County Regional Parks system will remain open, as the Public Health Order allows residents to engage in outdoor activity, provided the individuals comply with Social Distancing Requirements. Please remember that the point of this Public Health Order is to have people stay at home as much as possible, but as people utilize parks for essential outdoor activities such as walking, hiking, bicycling and equestrian activities while this Order is in ...
We, as kids and adults, use social skills every day out in the real world. This gives lots of opportunities for practicing and strengthening those skills everywhere – even outside. Whether you are […]
Have the thrower stand on one side of the yard holding the football and facing away from everything else. Have the rest of the group stand all together on the opposite side of the yard, facing the thrower. To start, the thrower should say a number of points and “dead or alive.”. For instance, 200 alive.