Siblings send handmade cards to nursing home residents during coronavirus quarantines

Good Morning America

 Nicole Pelletiere

A group of siblings are turning their downtime into an opportunity to show kindness by sending handmade cards to seniors who are quarantined in assisted living facilities amid the coronavirus crisis.

While schools are closed, Madilyn, 10, Olivia, 9, Cameron, 7 and Jack France, 4, have been busy at work drawing pictures and writing well wishes to people in nursing homes around Massachusetts.

Their cousins Annabelle, 10 and Danika, 8 are also helping with the cause.

“The kids love to do anything arts and crafts and thinking about how stressed everybody is, [we] thought, ‘What can we do to make everybody happy? How can we help?'” mom Vanessa France of Westminister told “Good Morning America.”