Are you looking for some free ways to entertain your Little Learner's? We'll take the hard work out of planning your family day with a list of things to do that cost absolutely nothing but time, and maybe a few items laying around the house.
1. Create an Indoor Obstacle Course.
Use masking tape and surprise your child with home made obstacle course that requires them to be active and burn some of that pent up energy. #besureitssafe
2. Learn Some Magic!
3. Play Water Balloon Dodgeball.
It's hot outside, so why not enjoy a little messy play and cool down at the same time? Fill up balloons with water and play dodgeball together. #parentsatwork ? Let your kids have fun creating this game. Bonus points for them helping to supervise their younger siblings.
4. Write A Letter To Your Future Self
For all our #creativewriters out there. Here's a great way to practice your writing skills & get that imagination churning. Have your child write a letter to their future self, using their thumbprint as a signature. Have them seal it and give it to you. Allow them to open it up when the allotted time is up. #addressedtomefromme
5. Try some Tongue Twisters!
Practice saying some Tongue twisters and bust up laughing as you try and get them right. Here are some #twisty ones:
a)She sells sea shells by the seashore.
And the shells that she sells are sea shells for sure.
b)How much wood would a woodchuck chuck, if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
A woodchuck would chuck as much wood as a woodchuck would, if a woodchuck could chuck wood.
6. Be a Mad Scientist!
Just beware that home made science experience can get messy, so move things outdoors if needed. NOTE: We DO NOT endorse the making of bottle rockets, fireworks or any other potentially explosive devices. Here's a fun and #safe science experiment to try: #walkingwater https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGwG--GZEfw
7. Challenge Your Art Skills
8. Create Some 3D Art
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