Quarantined kids might get bored: Apple commits to engage them for a full month
Apple is doubling down on helping people cope with their new normal during the global COVID-19 outbreak. Aside from designing an app and producing millions of Apple-designed face shields for healthcare professionals, as well as offering self-isolation playlists and free ebooks to the masses, the Cupertino giant has released a worksheet to keep kids occupied during this stay-home period.
Suggestions include taking a photo walk around their home or yard, capturing a time-lapse video, taking pictures of surrounding books or signs to spell out their names, and creating a comic strip.
“We know parents out there are juggling a lot in this challenging time,” CEO Tim Cook tweeted. “Apple’s education team has some fun ways to keep kids everywhere creating.”
The worksheet can be printed over here.
Apple has also shared a lineup of its favorite apps for working and spending time at home during self-isolation.
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