From Dulwich Centre: “So many guidelines have been published for parents on staying at home with children in websites, social media, tv channels or newspapers written or prepared by ‘experts’ like; ‘What To Do With Kids At Home On Coronavirus Break’; ‘5 tips for effectively working from home during the coronavirus outbreak, when you have kids’ etc.
. . . On the other hand, what about looking from children’s perspectives. What they think about staying at home with their parents, what they want their parents to know about the time they spent together, what they know about the secrets of staying happily together in the house, what are the skills they can use to make this process more meaningful and more fun for them and for their parents.”