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Obstacle Course
Lay a bunch of socks on the ground. Tell the kids to make it through the socks without touching any of them. Then, the must hop to a ball which will be placed a couple feet away from the end of the socks. They must then toss the ball into a basket, h...
Shaving Cream Fun
You take white shaving cream and put some in a ziip lock baggie. You then put a little bit of food color in the baggie. Let the child mix it up by squishing the baggie. Then you help the child take the colored shaving cream out of the bag. I us...
Edible Peanut Butter Play Dough
Edible Peanut Butter Play Dough This recipe is especially good for toddlers because they can play with the dough and then eat it. (Be sure to wash hands and work area!) It's also one of my favorite candies, when made with peanut butter and powder...
Sidewalk Chalk
Sidewalk Chalk 1 c. plaster of paris 1/2 c. water 2-3 T. tempera paint Mix plaster of paris and tempera paint, then add water and mix well. Pour into molds and let dry for 24 hours. Remove from mold and let air dry for 2-7 days depending on ...
Playing tent
we create a tent using things around the house and we create different ways to play in the tent wether it is using the flash light, or even playing with toys, just use your imagination...
Playing Hide And Seek
We play hide n seek in the apartment. He loves it. We sometimes also involve stuff animals to go along with the game. ...
Coloring Easter Eggs with Markers
Instead of trying to mess with egg dyes, or paint to get colorful eggs, try washable markers. This is great for toddlers, and preschoolers, whose motor skills are still a little undeveloped. Plus, it is easy to cleanup off of the children and t...
Pudding Painting
Here is a way for the younger kids that might eat paint to get to finger paint. What you'll want to do is make a batch of white pudding (what ever flavor you want) then put it in a few small bowls. Then take food coloring and color the pudding in the...
Bowling in your home
For something to do indoors that burns energy but doesn't require a ton of space. This is great for a wide age range. * Rinse out 7- 2 liter bottles * Optional: Remove the labels * Fill them up with about 3 inches of water (just enough so they ...
No-Mess Fingerpainting Bag
Place 3-4 tablespoons of non-toxic, washable paint inside a sandwich size (good-quality) zipper seal plastic bag. Close firmly and seal with clear packaging tape. Encourage child to spread the paint around by laying the bag flat; show him/her how...
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