My name is Ewan. I am seven years old and I live in Aberdeen with my two mums and I go to Heathryburn School.
In a normal week I go to school to see my friends, I go to football training or go see my grandma and grandad.
I am find it a bit strange that I can’t do any of this because of the lockdown.
I have been doing different things to keep me busy like exercise with The Body Coach.
I have also made a rainbow picture and have been playing with my toys and also wrote a Scottish lockdown poem.
Ewan’s lockdoon poem
All the schools, work and boozers are on lockdoon.
I can gang nae far in this toon.
I cana gang oot tae get some scran.
I cana even go oot and see my gran.
I have tae ate my mummies hame cooked tea.
No more school denners for me.
The ainly time I can go oot is tae walk my dug.
But I hiv tae keep my distance.
So i dinna get this nasty bug.
We want to hear how the lockdown is affecting the youngest members of our society. If your son, daughter or grandchild would like to write a 200-300-word report about how they are passing the time during the coronavirus crisis please email it, along with a photograph, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Support the Evening Express today.
The Evening Express is committed to providing news to our communities. Right now that’s more important than ever, which is why our key content is free. You can chose to support us and access premium content by subscribing to the Evening Express from just £5.99 a month.Subscribe