3 Fun Indoor Activities

3 Fun Indoor Activities

It doesn’t matter where you are, or what the weather outside of your window is like, there are always times when you need to be inside. And as parents, I think we all realize that kids, energy, and long hours indoors are an equation that can be compared to the chaos and imminent catastrophe.

Not only can these games combat frustration (which is less crying, woohoo!) but they will also test their minds and muscles – strengthening their bodies and releasing all that pent-up energy – eventually leaving you with stronger kids that do not battle you when it comes to hitting the hay. Quite a good result.

DIY Arts and Crafts

Time to get out all your markers, glue, paint, places on paper, and whatever other odds and ends you’ve got around the house and let the kids go to town. When done, take the 2D works of art and hang them with clothespins from string or twine, show the 3D works on the shelves and host your own gallery of pop-up art.

Jigsaw Puzzles

Jigsaw puzzles are perfect as anyone can do them on their own schedules — just set one out on the table and the family will float around and try and fit in a few new pieces if they have a few minutes to spare. Furthermore, studies show that puzzles develop abilities in communication and teamwork.

Do a Science Experiment

With very little planning and set-up, you can do a lot of at-home science experiments, mostly with things you can just grab from around the house. For example, if you sit a shaving cream “cloud” on top of a jar of water, then add one-on-a-time drops of blue water, then when the “cloud” is soaked, you get blue rain — and the water cycle in a jar.

3 Fun Indoor Activities

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