As summer is coming closer to an end, days are getting shorter and much more cooler days are just around the corner. For many of us that means more time in the house. It’s time to get creative! I decided before it gets too yucky out, I would put together some ideas of some creative indoor activities to try out for this winter. They all look very easy and fun!!
Using two ingredients, you can whip this up in minutes. This one’s a messy play, but will sure keep them engaged. Well worth the clean up.
Found From || Lessons LearnT Journal
2.Bath Art Station
Messy play is fun for toddlers. For parents, not so much. Confine the mess to the bath and everyone’s a winner.
Found From || Growing A Jeweled Rose
Try balloon tennis. All you’ll are some balloons, paper plates and plastic spoons.
Found From || Toddler Approved
I just looooove slime as much as my kids love it. But this isn’t just slime. It’s edible slime! Go check out the recipe for this gooey, edible slime.
Found From || Fun At Home With Kids
I remember as a kid loving to play ring toss. You’ll need some paper plates, paint and a cardboard tube.
Found From || A Little Learning For Two
6.Cardboard Box Slide
This one needs a lot of parental supervision, obviously.
Found From || The Contemplative Creative
Who doesn’t love a good ‘ole fashion game of hopscotch?
Found From || Gro Nick Tales
8.Indoor Ball Toss
Indoor ball toss is always a hit with little ones.
Found From || Catch My Party
This is such a fun and easy idea to pull off!
10.Under The Table Fort
Reading, playing, napping is so much better in a fort.
Found From || Mama Papa Bubba
This is a fun activity for the restless kids. Tie some strings across a pathway and let them try to cross to the other side without touching the strings.
Found From || Ellis Benus
12.Turn UNO Into Moving Game
Assign movements to a few different cards to burn off some energy and test their memory.
Found From || Still Playing School
13. Pass The Balloon
Pass a balloon around with questions written on it. Whoever catches the balloon has to answer the question closest to their left thumb.
Found From || Kiki Comin
14.Masking Tape Race Track
Who knew tape could be so much fun!
15. Pom Poms through a tube
Toddlers will drop the pom-poms into the bowl over and over, and develop their fine motor skills in the process.
Found From || Teaching Mama
16. Sticky Spider Web
Painters tape and balled up newspaper is all you need for this sticky spider web.
Found From || Hands On As We Grow
17. Cardboard Tunnel
Make a sensory crawl through tunnel for babies and toddlers to explore together! Great indoor fun for everyone!
Found From || The Imagination Tree
18. A Coloring Box
Found From || Berry Sweet Baby
If you have any fun indoor activities, PLEASE let me know!!
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