Structured Time

How to promote structured time at home

SCREEN FREE ACTIVITY BAGS

OHuddle and the Boys and Girls Clubs care about your child's development during the extended school break. We know that limited time outside of your house coupled with online school means that screen time has likely increased in every household.  Fostering experiences outside of tv and devices is key to unleashing creativity and strong emotional health.  As such, we have partnered with area businesses to create screen free projects with a variety of themes.  See below for details: 

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HOW TO STRUCTURE THE DAY

Kids thrive on structure. This can be especially challenging when many are working from home or stuck inside for much of the day.  See below for some examples of how to promote structure to keep kids engaged:

DAILY SCHEDULE

Structuring a schedule during long periods at home is key to helping kids to thrive.  

 

Check out the attached schedule to help with limiting screen time and promoting predictibility at home.  

FAMILY ACTIVITIES TO DO FROM HOME

What can you do while in social isolation? Check out this list of available activities. 

STRUCTURE FOR SOCIAL DISTANCE

Remember to follow safety procedures when structuring for kids. The graphic below includes helpful tips for getting outside with recommended guidelines.

Which Activities are Safe?

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