As we continue to protect our employees and keep our communities safe, all of us at Bobby V's and Winners are here to support our customers through the challenges of COVID-19. This page is intended to serve as a online information hub for our valued customers—providing things to do, trivia, recipes and other resources to help us navigate the COVID-19 pandemic at home.
We know that you normally count on us to provide entertainment and a fun time out at our restaurant. Unfortunately we can't have you visit us for that entertainment, so instead we're bringing you an ever growing list of things to do at home to keep busy.
We look forward to serving you soon. Until then, STAY HOME & STAY SAFE!
THINGS TO DO - KID'S CORNER
If you're like us, you may be struggling to find ways to keep your kids busy while at home. Below you can scroll through various links and files to help keep things fun at home. We hope you enjoy!
Kid's Coloring Sheets
(Click on image to enlarge, save as and print at home)
From their website: "Wish you knew exactly what to do with your child each day? Do you ever wish you had a blueprint for what to do with your kids? “Teach them this, read them this, talk to them about this, do this activity with them.” I know I do. Can you imagine the relief of knowing what to teach your child each day? No more flying by the seat of your pants."
The Stay-At-Home-Mom's Survival Guide
From their website: "Part of our job as moms is preparing our children for school. My children have been more than prepared for Kindergarten using these preschool activities at home."
This Reading Mama
From their website: "Looking for some K-2 math activities to make math a little more fun and interactive? Then you’ll LOVE this math series! For the next 6 weeks, we’ll be sharing free, low prep math printables and games for K-2 learners."
Grades 3-5 & Middle Schoolers
From their website: "Every parent dreads hearing those two little words that tweens tend to repeat ad nauseam: "I'm bored!" Finding things to do with kids ages 9 to 12, however, can curtail these boredom woes. Many children in this age bracket will head straight for their tablets, phones or computers when they're bored, but New Jersey-based psychologist and play expert Dr. Jacqueline Chinappi encourages parents to limit screen time."
THINGS TO DO - GROWN UPS
A positive mindset is a powerful thing. Keep finding those Bright Spots to get through these difficult times.
Below you can scroll through various links and files to help keep things fun at home. We hope you enjoy!