Five Things for Today: April 7, 2020

Is it nap time yet?

1. I’ve been trying to take advantage of all this time in the house by sprucing it up, doing things like switching up bed linens, finally hanging art on walls we had painted months ago, cleaning out closets and drawers, etc. Some of my favorite resources for inspiration: Apartment Therapy, Style by Emily Henderson, HGTV, and #moderndiydesign on IG. Any other good recs?

2. Adventure Theatre MTC Academy is going online with its classes for Grades K-5! ATMTC teaches in an interactive format with limited class size so every student gets attention from their teacher. Grades K-2, join us for PLAYlabs on Mondays and Wednesdays at 10am to act out a different story every session. Grades 3-5 can join us for Acting Up!, a journey through the process of acting using creative drama and improvisation techniques, on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10am. Classes begin April 13th.

3. The American Visionary Art Museum has a bunch of online experiences available — how-to videos, instructions for projects, coloring pages, and more — that look really neat for kids and adults. Read more about the wonderful AVAM here.

4. Looking for fun Easter crafts with kids? Pinterest, of course, has ideas galore! Also, with Passover beginning tomorrow, and Easter on Sunday, these ideas for celebrating them while social distancing are worth checking out. There are some good Easter tips in this Real Simple article, too.

5. Quarantine FOMO. 😆

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