Combating Isolation and Boredom During COVID-19

We’ve compiled a list of different things you can try and do to combat your boredom and isolation. Let’s be creative, let’s stay hopeful and don’t forget to watch our videos on what to do during COVID-19. 
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Have Fun With Your Friends And Family
(Parents, please monitor your child’s use when playing online.)

    • Netflix Party
      Use the Netflix party chrome extension to watch movies and shows with your friend.

    • March Movie Madness Bracket
      Get to decide the greatest sports movie of all time!

    • AirConsole
      Over 40 games to try. You run AirConsole on your computer, tablets or AndroidTVs. Your smartphone becomes a control pad. 

    • Pogo
      Multiple games to play with friends and family or other Pogo players 

    • Pictionary
      Play pictionary with your friends using this free whiteboard tool (best on computer or tablet- not on smartphone).


For The Sports Enthusiast


    • ESPN+
      For sports enthusiasts missing live sports, ESPN+ offers a vast library of replays of select matches, short series and multi-part documentaries on sports topics 

    • TopGolf 
      Play golf in this realistic free online game.

    • Marble racing
      the sport picking up steam during he COVID-19


Explore The Universe


    • Solar System Scope
      This site is great fun and learning across the ages. The site offers an “ online 3D simulation of the Solar System and night sky in real-time – the Sun, planets, dwarf planets, comets, stars and constellations.”

    • Visit Mars

    • Star Atlas
      Find stars and planets with this free star map of the night sky. See the current sky tonight or any date and location in the best online planetarium.

Visit Places Around The World


Be In Nature


Attend Virtual Concerts Solo Or With Others

Get Your E-reading On


Invest In Your Relationship


    • Gottman Card Decks App
      See for yourself why millions of couples worldwide have benefited from The Gottman Institute’s research-based approach to relationships. This fun app offers helpful questions, statements, and ideas for improving your relationship.