School holidays… When all parents are afraid as it meant trying to come up with new things and interesting to do with the kids to keep them busy. The following ideas will help keep the smiles on the faces of children and therefore smile at you.
Roll up your sleeves and have the kids help you out with the baking session. Try to make some tasty treats such as gingerbread men and chocolate chip cookies. You can browse https://infinitygc.com.au/groups-and-parties/school/ if you want to know more about school activities.
By getting kids involved they will be entertained while they wait for them to cook and can design their own treats. The state of your kitchen after that but is not guaranteed!
If the weather looks like it could be a stable and warm for several days running, set up camp in your backyard.
Children of all ages will love it, and they can have their friends over for a camp under the stars. It will be like they are on vacation but do not need to travel any further than a few meters out of the back door. You can even cook dinner for the camp style adds to the experience, topping off with marshmallows by the fire!
Rainier for those days when you need to stay inside, playwriting stories. This game works best with a group of kids so perfect for the days play when you have your child's friends over.
Start by writing one sentence at the top of the page and pass it to the first person. Have them write one sentence and fold the paper so that the next person can only see the previous sentence. Pass the paper around the group and in the end, you will have a funny silly story that kids will love.
One way to combine the outdoors and indoors is to create a collage to collect things from the park. Children can create collages of bark gathered from the garden, leaves, and flowers. Just make sure you have plenty of paper and glue and a little happy to clean up the mess afterward.
Get together any old socks and stuffed the make socks and then have the children make a play and perform it for you.