Our Favorite Celebrities Are Reading Children Bedtime Stories to Ease Their Anxiety Amid Pandemic | 22 Words

We're currently trapped in a bubble of confusion, with the media shouting from every angle, telling us the best way to deal with being in quarantine. For children, this is an extremely stressful time, as their routine has been changed and they can be uncertain with how to deal with it.

Some people have come up with the most creative ways to keep themselves, and their kids, occupied during the lockdown, and even some famous faces are getting involved to help lift our spirits.

Keep scrolling to see some of the amazing videos from the likes of Hilary Duff, Margot Robbie and Jonathan Van Ness...

It's difficult to really know what to do during these confusing times

Including how to protect ourselves and stay positive while being trapped at home.

The positives are that people are finally being able to do the things they want.

Some are even sharing their ideas so there's plenty to keep you occupied throughout the day.

Why not read a book.

This is one of those hobbies where life can get in the way, but not anymore. Now's the perfect time to get stuck into your favorite genre. And for those of you more into audiobooks... Keep scrolling to see the list of celebrities trying their hand at reading bedtime stories. You'll never guess who's doing it.

Sort out that messy drawer!

When you're trapped in a confined space for a long period of time, it's best to keep that space as tidy as possible, not just for your sake... clearly.

You can finally organize your wardrobe.

I don't know if this is OCD, but I have watched that way too many times.

Home workouts.

It's so important to get your body moving, but who are we kidding... I'm only just motivated enough to watch them, nevermind taking part. I feel you, Katy.

Watch those box-sets.

Bear in mind, you might have to compromise a little.

Learn a musical instrument.

And create some killer lyrics to go with it.

Bake a cake.

There will be a time for proper celebrations after this is all over.

Why not play a board game?

Although I'd stay away from Monopoly if I were you, remember you're stuck in the house with these people for a long time.

Try meditation.

Hopefully, by the time you come to, all this will be over... Or aliens could have invaded, all bets are out the window at this point.

What a way to relax.

Celebrities have started a new trend to help kids, and adults alike cope with quarantine anxiety.

Many of us are searching for ways to be forces for good.

While also practicing physical distancing, by staying home.

The pandemic has caused a number of disruptions to everyday life.

Closing schools and offices are some of the main ones, with parents having to find new ways to entertain their kids.

Education providers have tried to keep virtual learning going.

But with fewer and fewer options for kids during this scary time, and those who rely on free school lunches going hungry, Save with Stories has been created to help kids with these issues.

It's giving parents a brief moment to themselves.

Celebs like Jennifer Garner and Amy Adams partnered with Save the Children and No Kid Hungry to launch Save with Stories.

They've rounded up dozens of celebrities.

They've started a trend of reading stories to those who need it, and it's no lie that we all need it right now.

The list of storytellers goes on and on.

Chris Evans reads If You Give a Dog a Donut, and Eddie Redmayne reads Zog. Jeff Goldblum shares Horton Hears a Who, while Sarah Michelle Gellar relays Pig the Pug.

Stories always matter, but right now we need them more than ever.

Save with stories is sharing these joyful videos in a time when all brightness is especially welcomed.

They’re taking donations at the #SAVEWITHSTORIES website.

The site states all contributions “will help Save the Children and No Kid Hungry make sure schools and community programs have the support they need to keep brains and bellies full." So make your day better and listen to some charming tales. Keep scrolling to see how a dedicated teacher is helping his students in quarantine...