Are you looking for a few more fun ideas to add to the mix during playtime for your kids? Don’t worry; instead, try these ten fun ideas for playtime that your little ones are sure to love!
1. Nature Walk
As the weather starts to warm up, head outside with your
little ones and their friends and host a nature walk. You can walk through a
park, forest, or anywhere else in nature, and point out all of the fascinating
things you can find. Make sure to stay alert for animal tracks, insects, birds,
and even more hidden things such as interesting patterns on rocks and colorful
plants in the ground.
2. Try a New Game
This week, consider playing a new game with your little ones
and their friends. And if you need something the kids will love, grab the
in Underwear Matching Game
. This exciting game for playtime is perfect for
kids ages three and up who love animals and who can match basic patterns.
3. Learn a New Sport
Playtime is the perfect time to teach your child the basics
of a new sport. Grab a soccer ball, baseball bat, or hockey stick, and get
ready to play!
4. Work on Math Games
Math doesn’t have to be a subject that kids only tackle in
the classroom. Instead, starting working on this complex subject early by beginning
with basic counting games, and progressing to adding, subtracting,
multiplication, and even simple division.
5. Paint a Family
if you have some kids’ arts and crafts supplies lying around
the house, consider taking some time this week during playtime to have your
little ones paint a portrait of you and the rest of the family.
6. Create a New Game
Have you already exhausted all of the games and activities
that you have in your own home? Grab some poster board, a few colored pencils,
and your imagination, and sit down together to create a new board game. You can
be as creative as you want when thinking up rules, and when fashioning your
very own game pieces.
7. Make a New
If your child is already talking in full sentences, try out
creating a new language one afternoon in playtime. You can keep it simple by only
making up new words for nouns, or even invent your own set of grammar rules, as
8. Build a Small
With a few simple materials and some arts and crafts
supplies, you and your child can create a tiny house. Using glue, popsicle
sticks, and colored pencils or paints, you can construct a mini cabin during
9. Find a Retro Toy
Do you still have any of the old toys you used to play with
when you were a child? If so, pull them out during playtime this week and let
your child have some fun with a retro activity for kids.
10. Bake Cookies (or other fun treats)
If your children haven’t yet had a chance to try their hands
in the kitchen, mix some cookie dough and bake cookies, an activity that can
help bring you together while teaching your little one an important skill
Are you looking for a few ideas and games for playtime? Try
these ten simple ideas and have some fun with your kids.