The quarantine of the coronavirus must also be respected by children, even resulting in the suspension of classes. With their children at home, many parents need to use their creativity to entertain and educate the little ones during quarantine. Cartoons on streaming services, digital books for children and online educational activities can be a good option to entertain children. Thinking about it, the TechTudo prepared a list with seven online tools that help to amuse children during the isolation of the coronavirus.
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The diversion is released on Globoplay. TV Globo's streaming service provided 30 children's films for 30 days to non-subscribers. The titles include hits like "The Incredibles", "Tangled" and "Monsters Inc." In addition, series such as "Blue Building Detectives", "Genius School" and "Mya Go" are released.
Globoplay releases children's titles for children in quarantine Photo: Reproduo / Globoplay
The Discovery Kids Plus website (discoverykidsplus.com.br/) features videos, digital books and games related to the drawings shown on the channel. Children can also participate in educational activities such as a game of the seven mistakes and a puzzle. Peppa Pig, Mr. Magoo, Angry Birds and George, the Curious are among the characters that star in the content.
Discovery Kids website engages in recreational activities for children Photo: Reproduction / Discovery Kids
With YouTube Kids, parents can let their children browse the video portal without any worries. This is because, in addition to providing only child content, the children's version of YouTube allows those responsible to personalize the catalog and block videos that they do not consider appropriate. Preferences of the child's profile can only be changed by parents by entering a password.
YouTube Kids option to entertain children during quarantine Photo: Marvin Costa / TechTudo
The Reading Space (espacodeleitura.labedu.org.br) is much more than an environment for the consumption of children's stories. In addition to the stories, the platform provides a series of resources to enrich children's learning with regard to language acquisition and development. It is possible, for example, to switch between different forms of reading and to play games that work with the contents covered in the narratives. Although the child can browse the Reading Space alone, the website provides guidance for parents to learn how to improve their children's learning experience.
Reading Space: online environment uses children's stories to promote learning Photo: Reproduction / Reading Space
5. Online coloring activities
Coloring activities are great for relaxing both adults and children. In the absence of crayons to entertain the little ones, the mouse can break a branch. Sites like Online Coloring (coloring-online.com) allow children to paint drawings with animals, castles, pirates, princesses and many other themes. If desired, the person in charge can print the art.
Website allows you to color drawings online Photo: Reproduo / Ana Letcia Loubak
Kind of Google's "Smart Paint", the Quick Draw website allows you to test children's drawing skills. The tool provides 20 seconds for you to draw a simple object, while a neural network tries to guess what you are doodling. In addition to being fun, the tool can help to work on the spatial notion and motor control of children.
Test your drawing skills on the Quick Draw website Photo: Reproduo / Quick Draw
7. Storytelling on Instagram
There are profiles on Instagram that are dedicated to telling children's stories. The activity, which can be watched by parents and children, entertains while helping to transmit values ??and develop a taste for reading. Some of the profiles that tell stories are @fafaconta, @maequele, @carollevy and @marinabastoshistorias.
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