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FUN AT HOME: Share your ideas with us

Karson, Jackson and Addison Owen had fun planting during a day at home recently.

Parents are around the county are in week two of homeschooling/quarantine with their children.

In an effort to help drive creative activity and help parents in a trying time, The Star-News is asking parents to share any creative ideas that you may have with our readers.

Heather and Hunter Owen’s s children Karson, Jackson and Addison got a taste of gardening last week when Heather had them plant.

Other parents have utilized household chores and virtual learning to keep their children engaged.

Local schools sent home packets for students during the break.

Anyone who wishes to share their ideas can email them to katilin.holley@andalusiastarnews.com.

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