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BELOW is a list of some of the awesome free things to do that will help you bust that lockdown boredom.


  • The Body Coach Joe Wicks started the trend with his free family fitness classes on YouTube, PE With Joe. Weekdays at 9am
  • Strictly Come Dancing star Oti Mabuse (right) is hosting online dance classes inspired by Strictly Come Dancing and The Greatest Dancer on her YouTube channel


  • If you fancy learning how to play music, Myleene Klass is hosting Myleene’s Music Klass (alongside her children) at 1pm on her YouTube channel
  • If you’ve been doing a lot more cooking since you’ve been home, Jamie Oliver is here to help with Keep Cooking and Carry On. There’s a new show daily at or watch it on Channel 4 at 5.30pm


  • The LEGO Foundation has donated $50m (about £40m) to a range of charities to support children in need and ensure they continue to have access to learning. It has also launched the #letsbuildtogether initiative. Daily play challenges, new play ideas and live build-a-longs will be shared on social media with the hashtag. For more information and to get building, head to
  • Marvel is making dozens of brilliant comics available for free on its Marvel Unlimited app. Stories about the Avengers, Spider-Man, Black Widow, Captain America, Captain Marvel and more will be available for the rest of April. Just download the free Marvel Unlimited app and tap ‘free comics’.
  • Audible has made hundreds of fantastic audiobooks available for free, and this week announced that Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone, read by Stephen Fry, would be joining the collection of freebies at

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sloth-love · 2 years ago

It's great to see people doing nice things through this difficult time. Thank u NHS

saxophone7 · 2 years ago

These are gonna help my extreme boredom spending this much time with my family is not as good as I thought😪😪😢

saxophone7 · 2 years ago

I still ❤ them tho I just can't wait to get back to school

saxophone7 · 2 years ago

Never thought I would be saying that

rubyrabbit · 2 years ago

thank you NHS, you are heroes!

wireskid · 2 years ago

Who does clap for carers? If you don't then you should because it takes 30 seconds to 1 minute to show lots or respect to the wonderful NHS. 1 minute a week compared to 12 hours, we have the better deal. Thanks to all of the NHS, thank you for everything, you are true heroes. We salute you NHS.

ek1169 · 2 years ago

I clap for the NHS

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dyllyu · 2 years ago

You are angels to us NHS

rainbow8 · 2 years ago

❤I might try these