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What kids think about coronavirus

By Rediff Get Ahead
May 09, 2020 09:40 IST
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We had asked you, dear readers, to tell us how you're keeping your kids busy at home.
Here are some interesting responses from our young readers.

Aymen and Aariz

Aymen A, 6 and her kid brother Syed Aariz, 4 put together this drawing with some help from their mother Afshan Jabeen.

Sanskar Bagrecha

Sanskar Manojit Bagrecha, 9 from Akola sent us this art work highlighting these positive effects of COVID-19 on earth:

  • Decrease in air pollution
  • Rivers are cleaner
  • Due to lockdown families are spending time with each other
  • Increase in charity and food donation
  • Global focus on improved medical research and medical facilities
  • Social awareness regarding health, hygiene and cleanliness.

Kids on lockdown

Swaroop Kaur sent us this collage made by his grand kids during the lock down.

'We are a big family. My kids took the initiative to create these pics,' Swaroop said.

The photo features Paras Lakela, Vajra Lankela, Gurchit Singh Narang, Tripta Kour Narang, Aveent Kour, Pahul Kour, Ranitsingh Harvinder Singh, Ashmeet Kour, Asreet Kour Bagga, Mahee Gaur, Rab Gaur, Hrithvin Kour, Kulprakash Kour, Ariysa Kour Bagga, Aveer Singh Bagga, Harshdeep Singh and Mahaveer Singh.


Dear readers, tell us how are you keeping your kids busy at home?

Are you playing games, painting together or cooking?

If they love to write, paint, sketch or craft you can send us their most interesting artworks.

Send us your photographs, ideas and videos on getahead@rediff.co.in (subject: Keeping kids busy) along with your name, your kid's name/s, ages and location. We'll publish the best responses right here on Rediff.com.

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