8 Home activities to spend a great time with your kids

8 Home activities to spend a great time with your kids

Family time suffers easily among the pressures of job, education, and extracurricular activities. Still, there’s a straightforward way you might deepen your family’s bond and make treasured memories with your children: doing house projects with them. Whether your children are toddlers or teenagers, you can enjoy many imaginative, instructive, and fun activities right in your own house. Prepare to investigate a range of home-based activities that will not only keep your children content but also create priceless times of togetherness spanning a lifetime.

1. Fun DIY stamps

How to do it:

  • Cut your preferred shapes off a piece of rubber foam
  • Glue a straw to one of the sides of the shape
  • Press it on paint and stamp your preferred surfaces

2. Yummy makeup

How to do it:

  • Heat up the bottom of a spoon
  • Melt a color chocolate bar on the spoon
  • Pour the melted chocolate into an empty lipstick container and let it harden
  • Have fun with your kids, playing with this edible lipstick

3. Stamping shirts

How to do it:

  • Put a white t-shirt on your child
  • Paint your kid’s hands
  • Let them stamp their hand on the shirt

4. Magical geometry

How to do it:

  • Print the shapes on a white paper
  • Put another white sheet on the first one
  • Soak a cotton pad with baby oil
  • Rub the oil over the sheet, so the shapes appear
  • Let your kids practice drawing the shapes

5. Clay scrabble

How to do it:

  • Using hot glue, draw the letters on plastic bottle lids
  • Flatten clay of various colors and have your kids stamp words on the clay, using the letters of the lids

6. Rollercoaster ride at home

How to do it:

  • Play a video of a roller coaster ride on the TV
  • Sit your child inside a plastic basket
  • Move your child in front of the TV, simulating the ride

7. Transparent portrait

How to do it:

  • Take the glass off a picture frame
  • Hols the glass frame in front of your face and have your kid paint a portrait of you

8. Plastic canvas

How to do it:

  • Turn a table upside down
  • Wrap the legs of the table with plastic film
  • Sit your kid inside the table and give them markers to draw on the plastic

 

 

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