This book is great! If you’re trying to find new things to do with your kids, especially as we’re all still social distancing, grab this book. There’s pages and pages of activities and crafts that will be sure to keep your little one engaged. I have a four-year-old, and there were many activities we can do now, but a couple I’ll wait for when he’s a little older. There book has lots of instructional drawings of the activities too, so it’s really easy for a child to follow along. I recommend this for any parent who’s looking for fun things to do with their kids.
Fun Activities To Do With Your Kids:
167 Creative Projects, Games and
Craft Ideas Your Children Will Love
If you always feel stuck for ways to entertain your children appropriately – and are desperate for an alternative to screen time and television – these activities and projects are for you!
Fun Activities to do With Your Kids is written by a parent for parents, and is packed with fun, creative activities for independent play & family time. These tried-and-tested games, projects and crazy craft ideas will keep your children entertained for hours – from quick games requiring no set-up and no equipment through to full-blown projects for hours of play and adventure.
Statista reports that over 67% of parents think that the less time children spend with screen media, the better off they are. But there are few resources for parents to easily direct their kids in other, more appropriate directions…. Until now!
Here is just a fraction of what you will discover:
- The “Just Give Me 5” Quick Activity list: Over 50 often overlooked but much-loved activities your children can do right now
- 5 surprisingly simple arts and crafts that you need less than 4 materials to make
- Over 20 “Can I Play Outside?” games that are guaranteed to get your kids away from the TV and into the fresh air
- The surprisingly easy-clean, kid-friendly kitchen game that will teach your kids to love science
- Over 6 pages of easy-to-follow theatre games & activities
- The ultimate list of “Are We There Yet?” activities to stop your kids from arguing or screaming ‘I’m bored!’ on long car rides and grocery trips
- The Rainy Day Rescue: insider activities that you can start playing in less than 10 minutes
- The “Dora the Explorer” adventure games that will teach your kids essential life skills
- Over 15, “Can we go to bed now?,” high-energy-projects that will make your kids beg for their pillows
And much more.
Giving your children exciting, educational alternatives to screen time doesn’t require a teaching degree or an arts and crafts qualification. Nor does it need to break the bank. Don’t let Netflix take away the childhood memories you could be creating with your kids.
If you want a go-to guide with easy set-up and age-appropriate activities that will keep your kids occupied for hours, then scroll up and click “Add to Cart” right now.
“This is a book to help you create the kind of memories you and your child will cherish.”
Suitable for children aged 4-9 years and above.