Kids in Canada are creating the coolest things while stuck at home during the COVID-19 crisis
Kids in Canada are getting resourceful during the COVID-19 crisis. They might be stuck at home learning math through a computer screen, but that hasn't stopped them from making some pretty cool things.
These Ontario kids proved that they definitely deserve an A+ in their construction class.
And this Canadian baseball player shared a video of his kids' impressive Rube Goldberg machine, which would make even the most talented mechanical engineer envious.
A week+ of building and experimenting.— John Axford (@JohnAxford) March 26, 2020
Take 40! 🎬 pic.twitter.com/GEtrF8VLxf
This budding fashion designer in Montreal spent some time sewing a scrub cap and mask for an emergency room doctor.
A friend who works in the ER asked if my daughter, a consummate #sewist (sewing artist) could sew her a face mask and scrub cap. Perfect #homeschooling project!— Amélie QuesnelVallée (@amelieqv) March 28, 2020
My daughter said it was like in Little Women, when they knit socks for soldiers. Kids know what's what. #caremongering pic.twitter.com/rfxgVqebjA
While this future Jedi in Quebec sacrificed some precious toilet paper to create a Rey-inspired costume for an epic lightsaber battle.
We watched #TheRiseOfSkywalker last night, and today the kids are out there living their best life. My daughter "needed" to cobble together a Rey-inspired costume. By the way, it's 5°c out there. pic.twitter.com/27RFfL27uv— Kyle at TumblingSaber (@TumblingSaber) April 1, 2020
It's April Fools today, so these kids in Ontario got especially creative with their father's Cheerios.
Nope. The kids froze my breakfast this morning. pic.twitter.com/T3tDpU2t33— Stephen J. MacDonald (@StephenJMac) April 1, 2020
While these kids in Ottawa kidnapped their mother's coffeemaker and devised a complex scavenger hunt to locate it.
My kids really suck pic.twitter.com/MTVaoqgMzf— Judy Trinh (@judyatrinh) April 1, 2020
Basically, kids in Canada are proving that self isolating during the COVID-19 pandemic doesn't have to be boring.
With a little creativity, anything is possible.
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