Shelter in place means “to seek safety within the building one already occupies, rather than to evacuate the area or seek a community emergency shelter.  Residents should select a small, interior room, with no or few windows, and take refuge there.”

Lots of Americans are already sheltering in place due to the current Coronavirus crisis and suffering from boredom and cabin fever while trying to keep healthy and stay safe.

To that end, The Toa Nafasi Project is happy to offer you something to do!  Check out this cute storyboard made by our staff at Jitegemee Primary School (prior to the closures earlier this week).  I’ll translate the title for you guys, but you gotta figure out the rest on your own.