If you’re spending a lot more time at home these days, it can be a challenge to keep the kids busy. We’ve got you covered with some ideas and inspiration for your next indoor activity.
Bring a new sense of exploration to the indoors with a scavenger hunt. Riddle clues add a bit of mystery to the fun and can make it last longer. While you’re hunting for treasure in the house, might as well bring the whole playground indoors. It’s simple to create a fort or obstacle course that’ll keep the kids entertained for hours with the furniture and items you already have. Happy imagining!
There’s no time like now to try out new recipes, and it’s the perfect excuse to get your little ones involved in the kitchen. Find some easy, kid-friendly recipes like this French bread pesto chicken pizza or crispy oven-baked chicken tenders and let them in on the secret to your family’s special chocolate chip cookies. Then kick the fun up a notch with an indoor picnic. Pack a meal, set up a blanket and enjoy your culinary creations on the living room floor.
If downtime is what you’re looking for, try breaking out a puzzle and playing cards or a board game. Plus, it’s always fun to take a trip down memory lane. Show your little ones old family photos albums or introduce them to your favorite books, movies and games from when you were their age. If that’s all been said and done, why not have the kids create their own stories and videos to share with the family?
Check out some more indoor activity ideas here to pass the time. There’s bound to be something excited you haven’t given a go at your Tracy Hills home yet!