10 indoor activities to keep kids and parents sane during lockdown
Entertainment is made easy with these fail-safe activities for when playgrounds are closed.
With Melbourne clocking more than 200 days in lockdown as of August 2021 and other states not too far behind, the fatigue is really starting to set in.
We’ve watched every child-friendly show on Netflix, we’ve played every board game, done all the paint by numbers we can handle – and now playgrounds, our shining star, have been temporarily closed.
So, to keep the kids and yourself sane over the coming weeks, here are ten ideas for home entertainment.