- Artist shares colouring pageAcclaimed Métis artist Christi Belcourt has shared a piece she created for people to colour to stay occupied during the COVID-19 crisis. Belcourt’s painting, called “Joy” was turned into a colouring page by Mariah Meawasige, she shared on Facebook Sunday afternoon. https://www.facebook.com/christibelcourt/posts/10157820451780272 She’s encouraging … Read more
- Social distancing with kidsAgriLife Extension experts share tips to keep kids engaged at home during COVID-19 social distancing Paul Schattenberg, Submitted With the coronavirus pandemic forcing many communities to close schools and child daycare centers out of an abundance of caution, parents and other caregivers have been … Read more
- Should I go outside in the COVID-19 era?Saskatchewan in Motion, Submitted By Louise de Lannoy, Marina Brussoni and Mark Tremblay of Outdoor Play Canada Can I go outside? Is it even safe for me to go outside? As “social distancing," “physical distancing," and “self-isolation” enter the global public lexicon and we … Read more
- Fresh air, fitness and free play at Little RedKara Thorpe, Submitted Little Red River Park contains 1,200 acres of natural beauty, located north of the North Saskatchewan River. The park is open-year round. Activities include on-leash dog walking, snowshoeing, cross country ski trails, an unsupervised tobogganing hill and picnic sites and camp … Read more
- Destress in Your Own Back YardThe TurfMutt Foundation, Submitted The TurfMutt Foundation encourages outdoor learning, stewardship of our green spaces, and care for all living landscapes. Visit www.turfmuttblog.com for outdoor activity ideas. Here's some of its resources. Creative Writing: TurfMutt’s digital storybooks might inspire your child to create their … Read more
- Traditional art ideas to spark family bonding while accessorizing your homeGail Carlson, Submitted The following ideas come from Gail Carlson, a potter and painter located at GP Carlson Art Gallery and Studios in Prince Albert. Here are some ideas of what to do while you are at home with your family. These are things … Read more
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