Coronavirus Teddy Bear Hunts Make Social Distancing Fun — Yes, Fun — for Front Range Families

Denver Post | Sean Keeler

“The whole thing is just everybody coming together as one to spread some joy,” says Schmidt, whose family owns a dozen teddy bears between two kids.

Social distancing has many families struggling to stave off boredom and keep their children active and engaged with others. That’s why some families have begun neighborhood “teddy bear hunts” inspired by the book We’re Going On a Bear Hunt” by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury. This story from The Denver Post covers a front range community that is feeling closer than ever during the COVID-19 lockdown.

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