I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve walked past my grandson’s computer and seen a quick flash of Roblox. It’s a quick flash because an adult walking past reminds him to hide the evidence and get back to distance learning. And I’m pretty sure we’re not alone in this struggle. So what can we do?
When we started this pandemic, most of us never considered that 9 months later we would still be keeping a safe distance from those outside our homes. Have no fear, I have created a list of activities and accommodations to make the togetherness of the holidays shine through even if we can’t physically be together.
I recently watched a few episodes of the new Netflix series, Tidying Up, with Marie Kondo. I’m loving it while feeling overwhelmed by it. Her methods have the family literally touch and sort through EVERYTHING in their home. Watching them do a whole house might make organizing your kid’s room look possible.
Success as a visual thinker requires investing in yourself and believing in your value as a creative, big picture thinker. If you need a reminder of how awesome you really are, I encourage you to take a few minutes to listen to this love letter to visual learners.
Young Rembrandts was created to help all children have access to art and feel confident in their ability to learn anything. Young Rembrandts franchise owners share this desire to make a difference in their own communities. Here is a quote from a Young Rembrandts franchisee in Chicago about what a difference owning a Young Rembrandts franchise has made in her life and community.