Mila Kunis Shared the Smart “Trash” Craft She’s Doing to Keep Her Kids Entertained During COVID

published Feb 4, 2021
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By now, most parents are probably running low on ways to keep their kids entertained while stuck at home during the pandemic. Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher can relate — the couple are parents to two children, their six-year-old daughter Wyatt and four-year-old son Dimitri, and Kunis just shared the hilarious new crafting activity she’s been letting them try after running out of ideas.

Kunis chatted with “Extra” to promote her new movie “Breaking News in Yuba County,” and when she was asked about juggling virtual learning and keeping her young kids occupied during this time, she revealed the unconventional approach to crafting her little ones have taken up lately.

“We’re figuring it out,” she said. “We’ve done every craft humanly possible. We’ve now allocated trash as crafts, so we have a thing called ‘Happy Trash.’ You guys can take that and run with it.”

She then elaborated on what, exactly “Happy Trash,” is, adding, “when you run out of things to do, you give your children a bag of happy trash and it’s like recyclables and they can make a robot out of it, or a fort, or a town, or a city.”

Of course,