Five Things for Today: May 7, 2020

Social distancing on U.S. Capitol grounds

1. I can tell you how to get, how to get to the Sesame Street website. It’s full of fun online experiences — story times, art activities, sing-a-longs, and many more sweet ways to entertain young children.

2. At 1pm today, watch Thank You Thursdays with Mo Willems. Every week during the month of May, tune in to see who he will thank. And for a fun activity, all of his Lunch Doodles, the daily drawing program he hosted for three weeks, are archived on the Kennedy Center website.

3. You can view the Super Flower Moon tonight — the final supermoon of 2020. It was at its fullest last night, but should still be big and brilliant tonight.

4. As of today, more outdoor activities are allowed in Maryland, including golfing, fishing, camping, and tennis. State parks and beaches are also reopening — you can walk, run, and bike, but no chairs/blankets are allowed for hanging out and picnicking, etc. Social distance guidelines still must be followed.

5. If you miss going to restaurants right now, this might help. πŸ˜‚

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