Anyone with kids right now will know the struggle of keeping them entertained during lockdown. But it seems one grandad has come up with an ingenious idea... a quarantine roller coaster.
Keep scrolling to see it in action.
This global lockdown is proving difficult for all of us.
via: GettyThanks to the deadly pandemic, many parts of the world are now living in lockdown and it isn't fun... at all.
Staying at home is saving lives...But this sudden change of routine is proving difficult for many.
Especially for families with small children.
via: GettyThe closures of schools all across the world - including here in the United States - has landed a lot of families in the sudden position to keep their youngsters entertained.
In fact, many moms have been sharing their hilarious updates from home.
Homeschooling day 1: trying to get this kid transferred out of my class.— OutnumberedMother (@OutnumberedMother)1584468947.0
Tweets have been rolling in.
Homeschooling Day 2. No idea what to teach a second grader, so I just went with sodium regulation... https://t.co/phi0WQkyIz— Jason Napolitano, MD (@Jason Napolitano, MD)1584503753.0
Amazingly, so many people have been coming forward online to offer up help.
For anyone #homeschooling - happy to chat! https://t.co/z89HJHi5b3— Mrs Little (@Mrs Little)1584489034.0
People have been really pulling together.Some have been making themselves available to answer any questions newly parents-turned-teachers, while others have offered to help homeschool kids online.
People have also been coming up with other ways to help parents...
Feeling the need to give generously as so many kids are out of school without access to books. I’m giving away five… https://t.co/AXyvb23dut— Jamie Sumner #AVAILABLENOW Tune It Out! (@Jamie Sumner #AVAILABLENOW Tune It Out!)1584536996.0
Aside from the issue of schooling...
via: GettyMany parents have had to get creative when it comes to keeping their kids entertained during lockdown.
Small children are bound to get bored and agitated.
via: Getty ImagesAnd it's down to parents to try and come up with ways to keep them occupied.
This week, a grandad has come with a genius way to entertain his grandson...By creating a homemade roller coaster!
And judging by the look of it...
@HUNNITBANDBRIA You bouta be on Ellen in a few weeks my muva— Kevin (@Kevin)1590104399.0
He built the backyard roller coaster with his bare hands.
@HUNNITBANDBRIA your dad wins best grandpa in quarantine! this is so cool and your son is adorable😍 @andylassner— 💫 (@💫)1590106383.0
He used woods, cinder blocks, and a trashcan to construct the impressive contraption.He's definitely in the line up for grandpa of the year.
The little boy's mom posted the footage on twitter.
why my dad outside building my son a roller coaster— MS.LITTY (@MS.LITTY)1588544023.0
The coaster isn't quite finished yet...
via: TwitterBut that didn't stop the little boy taking a ride anyway.
He looked to be having the time of his life.
via: TwitterThis is truly the most adorable thing we've seen.
Twitter instantly gushed over the pair.
@HUNNITBANDBRIA This is so cutee🥺— 𝘼. (@𝘼.)1590105408.0
This is the pure, wholesome content we all needed right now.
@HUNNITBANDBRIA @MatthewACherry This is the sweetest thing I have seen all week ❤️😭❤️— Dr Heather Hughson (@Dr Heather Hughson)1590105047.0
Watch the roller coaster in action below:
it’s not done but they having the time of they lives https://t.co/hl5lrg5TSM https://t.co/F8TUnlvJFp— MS.LITTY (@MS.LITTY)1590101253.0