Bryan Alexander, USA TODAY Published 12:06 a.m. ET March 30, 2020 | Updated 12:08 a.m. ET March 30, 2020CLOSE Here are a few ways to keep your kids busy and minimize screen time during the coronavirus outbreak. WochitTeddy bears are appearing everywhere along streets made empty by coronavirus.And they’re fair game for bored kids turned hunters.The stuffed animals are appearing in windows around the world in global “Teddy Bear Hunts” for children — uniting neighborhoods and giving children an exciting, social-distancing-safe scavenger hunt activity during coronavirus lockdowns.The hunts are inspired by Michael Rosen’s 1989 children’s book “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt,” which opens with the lines, “We’re going on a bear hunt/We’re going to catch a big one/What a beautiful day!/We’re not scared.”Playdates might be on hold, but seeking out the stuffed animals is the new bearable activity.More: Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are back in the U.S. after coronavirus diagnosesIn northeast Iowa, a group of child hunters spotted more than 250 bears in the windows this weekend, an activity that impressed Raymond, Iowa, mayor Gary Vick.”Just kind of that community involvement, trying to pacify the children,” Vick told The Courier newspaper. “They’re adapting very well, and they’re keeping their social distance. I’m just amazed


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