Quarantine Monopoly Invented By Midwest Students
Some students in Indiana came up with their own version of Quarantine Monopoly.
During this "shelter at home" situation during the COVID-19 crisis, there are a couple of positive things to look at. First, immediate families that are "stuck" together are actually enjoying the bonding and getting closer. Second, people are using the extra time to be very creative. Here's a great example.
According to abc7chicago.com,
"Some children in St. John, Indiana have come up with a creative way to pass the time during the stay-at-home order. They drew a Monopoly game board in their driveway, but with a quarantine twist. Landing in the "hand sanitizer" square costs $1,000. However, that's nothing if you land on the "Violate social distancing" square. Get ready to fork over $10,000. The kids came up with the game after learning they would not be returning to school for this academic year. In the midst of the uncertain times that we are facing, they have found ways to entertain us and make others smile."
That's a great idea.
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