The positives and negatives of being a kid during the COVID-19 quarantine
Updated: May 13, 2020
Since we are in the year of COVID-19, I thought that I would write this message to all of the kids in the world showing that they are not alone. Before I get to the point, which is the positives and negatives of being a kid during COVID-19, I just wanna say happy birthday 🎉 or belated birthday to all of the kids who were stuck inside on their special day. We are all in this together and we will get through this together. Let's all stay safe. Last but not least, THANK YOU to all of the nurses, doctors, healthcare workers, and all of the other essential workers who are helping the world.👩🏻⚕️👨⚕️👮🏻♀️👮🏻♂️👩🏻🚒👨🏻🚒, etc....🌎 We HIGHLY appreciate you.
Now, let's get down to business. First let's do the positives. Here are 5 great things about being a kid during the coronavirus quarantine.
You don’t have to wake up early to go to school.
As a child you don't have to worry about a job.
You have “all the time in the world” to do whatever you want.
You can stay in your pajamas all day if you want (of course that is totally up to you).
Sometimes your parents will let you stay up past your bedtime (of course that is all up to your parents).
Here are 5 negatives about being a kid during the coronavirus quarantine.
You can't be with your friends or extended family
You can't go outside and play unless you have a backyard
You still have to do schoolwork
If your parents are still working you can't spend any time with them
No more eating out and going on vacations
Of course this is just my opinion based on my experience. I’d love to hear about your positives and negatives based on your experience as a child during this coronavirus quarantine. Make sure to comment, like, and subscribe. Bye for now!