NEW YORK, May 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Four Miami siblings built a website that shares tips for turning quarantine time into quality time. Qtips.org offers a variety of entertaining activities to do online for free, from live concerts to kids' crafts and everything in between. The website includes 3D tours of the best museums in the world, e-classes at Harvard, cooking classes, home exercise programs, DIY ideas, wellness tools, live-streamed and recorded concerts, top films, documentaries, shows, ted talks, masterclasses and much more.
This began when four siblings decided to make the best of a bad situation by searching for the most entertaining and educational experiences online. They decided to share the best resources they discovered with others who are in the same situation they're in.
"We found a lot of great things to do online and it feels great to share them with others who are facing the same challenges we're facing," said Sean Wolfington, a 16-year-old sophomore at Belen High School and co-creator of Qtips.org. along with his three younger sisters.
"It feels really good to have an opportunity to play a small part in helping others," said Maria Grace Wolfington, a 14-year-old 8th grader who attends the Carrollton School, along with her sisters.
"We created the kids section because we know what kids like," said Isabella Wolfington, 12 years old.
"There are a lot of really fun things to do on the site for every age," added Ana Cristina Wolfington,10 years old.
"After the kids built the website, they created a press release so more people could learn about the cool site they built," said Ana Wolfington, the children's mother. "We're crazy proud of them."