Stay connected during the pandemic with a homemade newspaper
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Make a newspaper with your family, friends and neighbours
Even in times of social distancing, there are lots of creative ways to stay connected! Bring your friends, families and neighbourhood together with a newspaper full of fun and interactive challenges: challenge your friends to a quiz, encourage your family to rediscover the area with a self-guided walking tour, or ask your flatmates to reenact a famous painting. A homemade newspaper a fun and original way to bring keep the social spirit alive despite everything that's going on!
Make a newspaper with your sports club
As we're spending more and more time at home, it's important to remember that it's more important than ever to keep moving. Staying active helps keep you happy and healthy. That’s why sports enthusiasts are looking for creative solutions to keeping fit at home. Get together with your gym, dance studio or sports club and cheer your members on with a newspaper filled with home workouts, exercises to improve your dance technique, training drills, yoga practice, and more. Turns out there are plenty of ways to keep fit at home!
Make a newspaper with your school
The past school year has undoubtedly brought about a lot of change, challenges and regulations. And unfortunately, we're not out of the woods yet! That's why it's important to have a clear line of communication with pupils, parents and teachers. Surprise your school with a school newspaper filled with activities, assignments, photos, school highlights, important information, and tips and tricks to ensure the school year is smooth sailing.
Make a newspaper with your youth group
With children across the world stuck at home due to the pandemic, youth groups are pulling together to find alternative and creative ways of staying connected with their members. Stay connected with your members with a newspaper filled with fun and interactive activities like making a raft out of twigs, learning how to use a digital camera or following a friend’s instructions to recreate their artwork whilst blindfolded. These activities will not only keep children occupied but will also help them develop new life skills while at home!