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Boris Johnson has announced that England will enter its third national lockdown in a bid to control the rapid spread of Covid-19.
Primary and secondary schools across the country will close for all but the most vulnerable children, and those cared for by key workers. The rest of the UK has introduced similar restrictions.
With these new rules set to be in place until at least mid February, one thing is clear: homeschooling is back. And thankfully, Joe Wicks’s hugely popular morning PE sessions will also return.
Wicks revealed on his Instagram that he’ll be doing three 9am classes a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) on his YouTube channel, starting 11 January. “This is so important for our children’s emotional and mental health,” he said. We couldn't agree more.
It’s the second time schools have been closed in less than a year, and carers have been asked to do their best to give their kids an all-round education at home if they possibly can.
We know from experience that it’s likely to involve some hairy moments of juggling everything at once. Thankfully, online resources like Wicks’s lessons (and plenty more) add a little fun and much-needed…
This story is part of SLM's January 2021 cover feature, with tips on riding out the rest of the pandemic. Click here for more stories from the feature.
This winter will be like a nesting doll of complications for those trying to entertain little kids: cold weather wrapped in flu season, wrapped in an epidemiologist’s nightmare. Oh, how we long for the dog days of summer, when we could fill up the kiddie pool when the 4 p.m. witching hour hit. But if the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s how to be resourceful. Here are four ways to entertain your kids with stuff you probably already have at home.
1. Whoopsy Goldberg: Did you panic-buy toilet paper from Costco at the start of the pandemic? Try this: Collect the empty cardboard tubes from your 30-pack and decorate them with anything you have lying around—crayons, markers, googly eyes—with your kids. Next, use painter’s tape to secure them to a wall. Start with a simple pattern, or connect the tubes for a Rube Goldberg effect. Drop pompoms, small balls, or animal figurines—whatever ya got—through the tubes and watch your child’s face light up as the object disappears briefly, only to…
GOOD MORNING MAN UTD FANS
Manchester United played out a hard fought 0-0 draw with Liverpool at Anfield to stay three points clear of their bitter rivals.
Luke Shaw was the stand-out performer while Fred looked a little off the pace.
Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba both missed huge chances in the second-half to win the game but afterwards Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seemed pleased.
Pogba, 27, was asked to play wide on the right in a bid to help null the threat from Liverpool's left flank.
With Aaron Wan-Bissaka kept busy with Sadio Mane, Pogba was tasked with tracking back and covering flying full-back Andrew Robertson.
And, despite often being considered an attacking playmaker, the 2018 World Cup winner excelled.
After the game, Solskjaer told Sky Sports: "I thought Paul was absolutely brilliant today.
"We knew he had to do a job defensively to help us with Robertson.
"And I thought he was excellent and should have got the goal his performance deserved."
However, Solskjaer did suggest Man Utd have plenty of things to 'improve on', including their composure.
United had a couple of gilt-edged chances to steal all three points, only to be denied superbly by Reds stopper Alisson.