While "staying at home" doesn't sound like the most fun thing to do for 21 days, remember this is temporary and it too shall pass. When we come out on the other side, there's going to be a lot of fun to be had!

One of the things many people are hoping for is a final date where we'll be free of our coronavirus worries and we can go back to our regular way of life. Unfortunately, things with COVID-19 change on a daily basis and that date is really hard to predict. That's why we're writing everything in our planners in pencil until this fall.

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We're optimistic that we'll come out on the other side of this by September and so are our friends at the Lowe Family Farmstead in Kuna! That's why Farmer Jim has issued challenge to kids to help keep their geometry skills sharp while they're out of school. As the brains behind all of the Farmstead's mazes, he wants kids to try their hand at designing their own corn maze using a Farmstead branded graph paper worksheet available through their Facebook page.

Kids who complete the challenge and hang on to their worksheet until opening weekend will receive one complimentary admission to the Farmstead when they present it on either September 18 or September 19, 2020. The challenge is open to any current students grade K-12.

The link is accessible for a limited time only, so don't wait to print out your child's worksheet! Who knows, maybe their pictures will inspire a future maze design at the Farmstead down the road!