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RU – 9-30-20

Ways for Matches to Stay in Touch

Board Game Arena

Play a variety of board games remotely.  No download necessary – play directly from your web browser with friends and family. Free.


Virtual Workout

Working out from home on a day-by-day basis isn’t always fun, but you can make it better by virtually working out with others over FaceTime. Plan a workout for you and your Little then schedule a FaceTime call and walk them through the workout. A fun way to stay fit while we are all stuck inside!


Games to Play over the Phone

Rainbow Race

On your mark, get set, go!  The first person who returns with three items of a predetermined color is the winner.  Repeat with other colors. To make it more challenging, you can create rules such as the objects “must be in this room” or “must be smaller than your hand.”  You can also do this with the alphabet. Who can be the first to find three things that all start with B?


Education & Virtual Learning

Free Library of Philadelphia

Virtual Teen Program | Homework Hangout

Join us for a relaxing virtual co-working space on Instagram Live on Tuesday evenings! We’ll listen to calming music, set goals, and chat about what we’re working on. Bring your homework, an art project, or just yourself. Check our events calendar for information on what is going on each week.

Virtual Teen Program | Jewelry Making –  Fri, October 2, 2020 11:00 a.m.

Join us live as we create wearable art. We’ll be exploring various techniques in jewelry making. From wire wrapping to beading and chain mail! We’ll offer tips and advice for those who want to try it themselves at home.



Learn to code online! Code.org provides free K-12 computer science lessons and games to help students learn how to code at an earlier age. Code.org is supported by tech company donors, including Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and many more.



Talking with Youth About Current Events

Explaining the News to Our Kids

Dramatic, disturbing news events can leave parents speechless. These age-based tips on how to talk to kids about the news — and listen, too — can help.


Supporting Teens during COVID

The following is a website that provides information on how to support adults and teens during COVID: https://childmind.org/article/supporting-teenagers-and-young-adults-during-the-coronavirus-crisis/


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