How Kids Can Stay Positively Engaged And Parents Sane While At Home

Reset talks creative ideas and activities that kids can do around the house during Illinois’ stay-at-home order.

VIRUS OUTBREAK A WALK THROUGH TOWN
Stephanie Owens looks over the garden with her son, Cole, as they tend to it at their home Wednesday. (3/25/20) Associated Press
VIRUS OUTBREAK A WALK THROUGH TOWN
Stephanie Owens looks over the garden with her son, Cole, as they tend to it at their home Wednesday. (3/25/20) Associated Press

How Kids Can Stay Positively Engaged And Parents Sane While At Home

Reset talks creative ideas and activities that kids can do around the house during Illinois’ stay-at-home order.

Kids who get opportunities for positive stimulation throughout their day are better prepared to meet common intellectual goal posts and achieve long-term success.

Reset brings on a child development specialist and a programming specialist from the Chicago Children’s Museum to offer creative solutions to keeping kids engaged at home.

GUESTS: Geoffrey Nagle, president and CEO of the Erikson Institute

Natalie Bortoli, vice president of education and programming at Chicago Children’s Museum