On those days when your child gets sick from a cold or flu and has to rest but at the same time gets bored of being at rest, you have to look for some quiet acitvivids to entertain and pamper him.
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In my case it has touched me and worse if they have a fever, when their temperature rises and they can't go to school or they have to spend several days locked up, that the children despair. Keep in mind that it's normal to have 3 days of fever in the early stages of a cold. However, if the fever lasts longer than 4 days or returns later, it could indicate a bacterial infection.
When your child starts showing signs of illness, choose one of PediaCare's specialty children's medications® that can be found at your nearest Dollar General store, here you can print a $1.00 discount.
To make life more bearable for your child and yourself during the days you will spend at home locked up or at rest from the disease, I have been thinking about some things we can do to keep you busy while learning or developing some skill.
Activities that children can do when they are sick include:
- Download some educational and fun app, Video games.
- Draw or Color. My son loves to draw about the activities we do as a family.
- Playing with Table Games you can even take advantage to show you some new game or game from your country, we love the memorama, the take-all, the tourist, lottery, etc.
- Read a story.
- If it's Girl, you can play Aesthetics and do some hairstyles, manicure and pedicure.
- Make puppets with Socks or Paper Bags.
- View photos or videos from previous years or special events with him; My daughter loves to watch the video of my sister's wedding and her birthday parties or travels.
- Teaching Sew can be something simple like a cross stitch, on a seam with cartoon drawing, for example.
- Play with clay, Play doh or Arena.
- Watch a movie or TV show.
- Play to build with Lego, MegaBlocks or wooden parts.
If your child is large and readable, look together online for the appropriate product, based on the symptoms you may have and also check the dose in the PediaCare dosing letter ®. To use the chart, it's best for your child to determine the proper dosage of PediaCare products ®. If the weight is not known, use your age.
With your care, you're engaged and Pedicare, your son is going to feel pampered during his cold, as my mom says, she'll feel the Shampo of Honey.