10.09.2019

Four Fun Things To Do With Your Kids

Keeping your kids entertained can often be a challenge, but it’s important that you give your children as much experience in life as possible so that they themselves can get excited about living their life as they get older. So here are four fun things to do with your kids. 

Do Something Creative
Having creativity is essential for those who would like to be successful in life. This skill offers you so much in the way of confidence and of standing out amongst the crowd. Creativity can come from a lot of things, but one way of sparking it is through something like a fun museum or baking. Letting them tap into this creative side will allow them to flourish and discover new things that they’ll enjoy and may find a further passion for in life when they get older.

Create A Boredom Jar 
A boredom jar is something you want to put together so that when it comes around to the school holidays, it’s a thing they can crack open and have fun doing whatever’s inside it. A boredom jar can be made up of lots of little activities that you can either do around the house or outdoors to relieve the boredom for perhaps a few minutes to a couple of hours. It can be like a game for the children to play when they perhaps need a distraction from doing very little. It’s great to get them involved with the making process of the jar, but you could fill up the jar with notes so that they have no idea as to what’s in there.


Ask Them To Help With House Chores
House chores are necessary for everyone in the household. When you all share a space, you want to encourage your children to play an active role, and even though it may be a boring task for them, it’s teaching them about looking after their belongings and being respectful of spaces. This will hopefully translate when it comes to them owning their own home, how they are at work, and in other people’s homes. Set a weekly rotation of tasks to do and ensure that everyone does their fair share. Even the little ones can get involved by teaching them to tidy up after themselves, putting toys away, etc. You want to teach them these rules when they’re young because they’ll easily pick it up because they do what they’re told most of the time!


Make a Fort
Ever built a fort out of blankets, pillows, duvets, and towels. Literally, any soft furnishings that you can assemble into something that resembles a fort can be super fun for children. It’s like building up a fantasy world, and it can be a great way of getting children to play and not to be using technology so much. Good old fashioned playtime is important for young children!

There are plenty of ideas that you can do to keep your children entertained, so try out as many as you can.



   

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