#YoMeQuedoEnCasa: little artists and virtual birthdays


The coronavirus forced the Argentines to reinvent the routine and adapt the habits to fulfill a single slogan: stay at home. These days everyone manages to navigate the isolation as best as possible and entertain the youngest of the family who do not have classes.

Since TN and The People We invite you to tell us how you are going through isolation. Join the call and tell us what you are doing. The idea is to share it on the screen of TN for others to be inspired by games and ideas they can make with their children. Enter here and upload your photos.

Stéfano, Four years old, I take the afternoon to draw a picture and give a positive message: “Everything will be fine”. A true artist!

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In Olavarría, Elsa He spends day and night in the company of his sewing machine. In a beautiful gesture of solidarity, he makes chinstraps and donates them to the local hospital. In addition, he told us that in the next few days he will also make boots, caps and surgical gowns.

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Gaspar, from Almafuerte, took advantage of free time after doing school work to make these crafts with snails and wood. What part of the house will they decorate with them?

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Manuel Pierolivo had a international birthday from your own home. From Coronel Suárez, he celebrated his 12 years and shared it with his uncles, cousins, grandparents, godmother and great aunts, who are in Bahía Blanca, Daireaux, La Plata, Río Colorado and New York.

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Josefina She is isolated in a hotel in the City, complying with the quarantine, and shared with us drawings she makes on the aluminum foil of the food trays. A great idea to recycle.

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Another virtual birthday party, this time in Rosario. Because quarantine is no excuse to stop partying!

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