Tips to beat Boredom!
- Play dates with friends: Play dates provide children with opportunities to practice important social and emotional skills. Children learn to share, take turns, and cooperate as they interact with each other.
- Family Finger painting mural: create a large mural involving the entire family! It helps bring the family together, develops hand-eye coordination and develops communication.it is also a relaxing and creative way to express feelings.
- Bake day: bake cookies and cupcakes with the kids! Getting a little messy in the kitchen is always a fun way to kill the boredom.
- Make a fun kite!
- Movie day: invite a few friends over, grab a few buckets of popcorn and a few Disney classics…
- Make inflated rubber glove puppets
- Make sock and finger puppets: let their creativity flow, a few buttons, some pom-poms and most definitely some googley eyes!
- Puppet Show: get the kids to use their self-made puppets to create their own little puppet show!
- Karaoke: nothing like some good old fashioned sing along to brighten up ANY day!
- Yoga : get the kids to stretch out a bit and vent that excess energy with a FUN kiddie yoga class! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlg052EKMtk
- Treasure hunt: create a kiddie treasure hunt, let them wander, explore, and try to interpret the clues all by themselves.
- Create a family newspaper: it strengthens relationships, develops creative writing skills, builds self-esteem, and createsa lasting family historical record. It could even be a podcast!
- Scrapbook: blast to the past by creating new memories out of old photographs.
- Make a pop up story book.
- Juice pong: helps develop hand eye coordination and teaches team playing and healthy competitiveness.
- Musical instruments: make funny little instruments using tissue boxes or toilet rolls
- Make up a fun family song.
- Learn a choreographed dance as a family.
- Family Concert: use the instruments to create an event, a live show with the instruments made, and the song and dance that was newly acquired.
- Kiddie charades.
- Make a family puzzle.
- Face painting: you paint on the kids and let them paint on you!
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