Kids after Lockdown  by Bombay Trooper

7 Things Every Youngster Should Avoid After Pandemic.

From school culture to family outings, The pandemic takes these activities out of the table.

Schools throughout India might still be closed for a few months and it is going to taking a toll on the curriculum. Playing after a pandemic is going to be a task for youngsters.

And in all likelihood beyond—parents and their children are doing their best to modify to the new fact added approximately by means of the coronavirus pandemic.

 And it isn’t only those young people reaching the end of high school missing traditions like school assembly or sports activities.

Not sure what we mean? Read on to find out the activities that experts say your children won’t get to do once more after the coronavirus.

1. Ban on library

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While lending books from libraries—school room libraries with a choice of books curated by your kids’ teacher.

It may have inspired a love of literature in countless kids, they aren’t long for this world.

Administrators, fearing contagion, can also properly ban such libraries coming to June-July.

In addition to the ubiquitous ‘pencil lending cup’ for those college students who inevitably neglect their pencil.

2. Sit next to their friends in class.

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Classroom Project

The days of children studying elbow-to-elbow on a category project or passing a note unnoticed are unluckily over. Lol

It is possible that colleges will think more toward fewer children in a category to create handy gaps and reduce the spread of viruses.

3. Go a day without screen time.

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Online Studies

Unless you’re inclined to fully homeschool your children—and create your very own curriculum.

This technology of kids will be depending on monitors for both socialization and education.

The pandemic has hastened the shift closer to using tech to connect with each other, and I would now not be surprised if some of the activities which have migrated online stay there.

4. Visit a petting zoo.

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Petting Zoo

While it’s still unclear how considerable coronavirus is inside the animal kingdom, one thing’s for positive.

Petting zoos can be out of the query for the foreseeable future.

Petting the animals and feeding them used to be taken into consideration desirable and secure fun.

But when this pandemic is over, it can be taken into consideration dangerous.

5. Play dress-up

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Dressed Up For College Fest

School dress-up garments and shared costumes, a lot of which pass over a child’s nostril and mouth whilst they’re being put on.

 Which can be unlikely to be washed on an everyday basis—are disappearing from schools as we speak. Playing after a pandemic is going to be tuff

6. Go to school/college on a daily basis.

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Empty Clasroom

The bad news keeps coming for parents to youngsters, with many experts predicting that schools won’t return to a six-day-a-week model any time soon.

A huge quantity of students in line with class can be a trouble for maintaining bodily distancing

7. Playing Sports

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Net Practice

It will be tough to hold physical distancing while playing sports, who notes that in order to keep children safe, playgrounds would have to be disinfected after each team’s use.

A time and cost-prohibitive activity —specifically in case you have loads of sports activities device to sanitize. Playing after a pandemic is surely going to be a task.

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