Looking For More At Home Ideas With The Kids? Join One of These 7 Essential Facebook Groups For Parents

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It’s a difficult time for us all as we continue to quarantine and practice social distancing. We know those of you at home with your kids are probably having an especially hard time right now. You’ve suddenly become a parent, a school teacher, and a playmate.

Since children don’t quite understand what and why quarantining is so important we’re sure you’re running out of ways to keep them occupied. Now more than ever people all over are banding together and getting creative. Many parents have taken to Facebook to share creative ways to help keep the little ones busy.

Free Fun In Austin continues to highlight Austin area locations and activities that may not be available at this time. We encourage you to take all safety measures to keep yourself and your neighbors safe. It is our hope that the stories and features on this site will help inform your plans in the future.

Hopefully one of these groups will help give you even more ideas to pass the time, or perhaps just connect you with other parents you can commiserate with.

Here are seven essential Facebook groups for parents during the quarantine.

Each of these groups are open to the public and are great resources for crafts, projects, outdoor activities, and advice from parents and professionals on how to cope with it all.

Featured Photo Courtesy of Quarantine with Kids: Resources & Connection for Parents During Covid-19.



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Lola Hagopian
Hollywood born, Texas bred, Lola has worn many hats including, but not limited to, fashion and concert photographer, promoter, event planner, florist and columnist. While Lola resides in Dallas, she calls herself a part time Austin local due to the fact that she’s lived here, is constantly traveling here and the ATX is where her heart belongs. Despite the many hats she’s worn, the one she has merely tried belongs to the entertainment industry (her fave!). As a teenager, while other girls dreamt about pop stars, Lola idolized people like Peter Travers (Rolling Stone movie critic), JJ Abrams and Quentin Tarantino. She’s always had a unique voice and uses it to create a narrative in various aspects of her life. For now, she’s using it to cover entertainment in both Dallas and Austin for ATXgossip, while also telling tales of her personal adventures on TheGirlWhoSits.wordpress.com. You can contact Lola at [email protected]
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