In the past couple of months, students and teachers have been affected by coronavirus and distance learning. There are many benefits to distance learning, such as being able to spend more time with family, but there are disadvantages such as tensions between family members, and fights with siblings. “Ursus” interviewed 15 students from different grades and asked them what their favorite curbside restaurant was, what their favorite comfy outfit was, what their favorite activities for PE were, and what their favorite snacks were. We have pooled the results together, and we are confident in telling all the “Ursus” readers what the best activities to do while in quarantine.
Jumprope, just dance, competitive dance, running, biking, and jogging
Ramen, chips, fruit, candy, nut mix, blueberries, Oreos and milk, pretzels, popcorn, seaweed, mochi, dark chocolate, and finally, chickpeas.
MOVIES & TV SHOWS:
Fuller House, Victorious, The Dragon Prince, Mean Girls, Crazy Rich Asians, Stranger Things, and BNHA.
Sewing, drawing, dancing, calligraphy, spring cleaning, making paper flowers, TikTok, and video games.
FAVORITE TAKE OUT/CURBSIDE RESTAURANTS:
Oko, Burger Lobster, Rainbow Thai, Sakura, Pink Sumo, Village Bagels, Five Guys, and Shake Shack.
FAVORITE COMFY CLOTHES:
Fuzzy shorts, t-shirt and sweatpants, fox pajamas, baby Yoda shirt and pants, a big furry hoodie, green shirt and blue pants, random shirts and pants, and loose clothes.
WAYS TO CONNECT WITH FRIENDS:
Facetime, zoom, google meets, discord, google duo, email, google hangouts, texting, squad, and GamePigeon.
I hope everyone who reads these cool things to do in quarantine, will find them useful! There also many fun breakout rooms and virtual tours that you can access via zoom.