From newborns to high school seniors, the daily routine of thousands of kids and their parents in Door and Kewaunee Counties has been disrupted due to circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak. While school-aged kids have their remote learning activities to keep them occupied, it is a little trickier for kids under the age of four. Karen Corekin-DeLaMer from Northern Door Children’s Center in Sister Bay says it is still essential to keep them on a routine as much as possible.
Corekin-DeLaMer says there are many resources available online with age-appropriate activities to keep them busy and learning. Child-care centers across the state are now under capacity limits set by the Evers Administration to help control the COVID-19 outbreak.