Looking for something to do in Doha? We're bringing you this special edition of Things to Do to keep you occupied over the week ahead. With most of the establishments closed and events postponed or canceled, it would be helpful to still have a semblance of routine, so we're bringing you a list of things you can do at home instead! And in this edition, we have focused on kids' activities.
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Reading is a big one during these self-isolated days. But to make this habit extra exciting by letting your kids join an online book club that offers discussions about the books your child has read. Dozens of virtual book clubs are springing up across the internet for your kids to join, Book Club for Kids is one of them.
Qatar National Library also provides access to ebooks and electronic educational games for kids.
Have you ever wondered how vegetables get from the farm to your dinner table? Here is your chance to open the door and learn about farming just sitting at home. Take a virtual farm tour on Farm 360 and learn about what it takes to run a farm, meet farm animals and more!
Educational apps can benefit your children by teaching them skills in a variety of subjects in a fun and engaging way. "Khan Academy Kids" is such an app that inspires a lifetime of learning and discovery with our free, fun educational program for children ages two to seven.
Cruise on the surface of another planet? Explore the surface of Mars with this digital 360° camera. Accessmars.withgoogle.com provides you an opportunity to explore and travel around Mars.
March 26, 2020: Make a pizza
As you can't take your kids to the restaurant to enjoy their favorite pizza, let them make homemade pizzas so that the kids can be proud of making their own dinner.
We often buy playdough from stores for the kids but did you know you can make playdough from everyday ingredients found in your kitchen cupboards? If you need a recipe, check out this one from I Heart Naptime. All you need are quart-sized bags, all-purpose flour, salt, cream of tartar, water, veggie or coconut oil, and food coloring.
Making sticker books are super fun for kids. The reusable sticker book allows them to remove the stickers easily so they can play with them over and over. Looking for the perfect way to store all those stickers for your Happy Planner, check out ginger snap crafts for the tutorial.
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