A longtime early childhood educator details 10 fun and developmentally appropriate activities to do with preschoolers during the coronavirus pandemic. These pursuits will relieve stress, establish a comforting routine, and bring joy to frightened kiddos and their frazzled parents.
Why not make the conversation around the dinner table a little more animated by playing a clean game of family "Never Have I Ever"!
Family game nights are always a great way to bond as a family, even more so if you switch it up and play truth or dare together! Try out this list of 100+ truths and dares for kids!
A natural playground contains elements from nature, such as trees, grass, rocks, sand, and water. It's a great place for both active play and creative play.
"I’m so bored! Why don’t we ever do ANYTHING?!” Are you sick of hearing that from your kids? Being stuck at home is hard, especially for children. Here are ten easy, cheap-to-free things to do with kids at home to keep them active and you sane.
Whether you are planting in a windowsill, flowerpots, raised beds, or a large garden, there are infinite ways to get kids involved in planning, planting, and maintaining a garden.
Fishing can teach children many valuable lessons that they will carry with them through life. Find out what fishing could be teaching your children today!
Looking to jazz up your youth group? Starting a new group at your church? Here are more than 50 ideas that will make your weekly youth meetings the place to be!
Here are six rounds of Family Feud questions for kids. It's a great game for encouraging kids to build reasoning and recollection skills, imagine how others think, and have fun with each other.
The weather is finally getting warmer and the days are growing longer. It's time to get outside with the kids and do fun things that cost virtually nothing. Go on a scavenger hunt. Eat green eggs and ham to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday. Make a "bug bottle," and learn how to compost!
Learn the rules to some easy and classic card games which are good to play with children. With classics like Snap, Old Maid, Go Fish, Crazy Eights and Rummy, card games are a great way to spend some family time together.
Cooking with kids is a great way to help boost their reading comprehension, critical thinking skills, environmental awareness, patience, sense of self-esteem, and willingness to try new foods!
Help your child build stronger creative writing skills through a variety of games and other suggested activities. Includes writing prompts for teens.
Doing a treasure hunt at home is a great way for the family to spend some quality time together. In this article, I will give you some tips and tricks on making a treasure hunt at home with a completed treasure hunt as an example.
While I enjoy taking the kids for lots of walks and swimming, there are plenty of fun warm-weather activities you can do with young children without leaving home.