For a fun Easter craft, have your family draw self-portraits on plastic Easter eggs. You can draw on half of the egg, like these. Or draw on the entire egg and place coins in the bottom of the eggs to help them stand upright.
We’re living in such a unique time in history. And while certain thoughts are strong in our minds right now, in the future some memories will fade. Help your family capture their thoughts while they’re fresh on their minds. These three printable coronavirus-quarantine journaling prompts will help make it easy and approachable.
In this game, our family literally laughed nonstop the entire activity! But first, a little background: While watching Frozen 2, I loved how “frozen memories” in water played an important part in helping Elsa and Anna create solutions for the future. Many studies have shown that children who know their family’s stories are better able to cope with emotions and challenges. This game strengthens a culture of family storytelling—one where you have to sculpt a memory into a single pose (or two or three) to relive your family’s favorite moments! Not only is it fun (aka, nonstop laughter!), but it’s also a great way to capture your family’s story through favorite memories.