With all the hectic things going on and kids running around it would be nice to have some indoor activities for kids at home, right? I know that’s what I’ve been needing right about now.
Don’t let a little rain, sickness, or anything else drive you crazy with the kids running around the house. Get prepared.
There’s nothing worse than having kids run around the house like crazy or whine because they’re “so bored mom“.
I get it, with two kids that more often than not are bored easily, it’s hard to keep them entertained.
That’s why having an arsenal of indoor activities for kids at the ready is a good idea.
Think of it as a Rolodex for kid activities (or actually make one to stash ideas in).
Indoor Activities For Kids At Home
Looking for some fun slime ideas!? Check out Simple Everyday Mom’s slime recipe collection. She says, “Keep kids occupied and engaged for hours with these fun slime ideas!”
This former teacher shares her ideas for ways you can entertain your kids and teach them EVEN IF you’re not a teacher. Learn how to teach your kids without feeling like a failure or you just can’t do it.
These 5 science experiments are a fun way of making learning seem really cool! The best part about these activities is you probably already have all the ingredients needed.
This fun activity combines math and art and will keep your kids entertained for a long time. (Best for mid-elementary through high school. Grown-ups like it too…I did!).
Kids will love this collection of free printable mandala coloring pages. This free coloring worksheets are the perfect craft project to develop motoric skills and learn about new geometric forms and colors.
Here’s another one by Avenue Kate with 15 new ideas to keep your kids entertained rather than restless if you’re stuck indoors. These are fun activities that you can rotate through and stockpile for later.
If you’re looking for a fun indoor activity, try a scavenger hunt! Lots of options for a fun day!
Looking for ideas or things to do with your kids on Spring Break or any other school holiday? Here is a bucket list by Avenue Kate that you can use and even tweak (if you’re up for recreating the idea) for any other sort of school break to have loads of fun with the kids.
Turn downtime into craft time! Make this no-sew T-shirt tote.
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Don’t go stir crazy inside. Mix it up with a fun indoor scavenger hunt!
These rainbow suncatchers are easy to make and look beautiful in the window!
This 14 Day Creativity Challenge includes daily project ideas for families to work on together. It’s a great way to keep their creative juices flowing!
Not sure what to do with your kids? Try teaching them to sew with Coffee and Carpool’s neat post teaching kids how to sew with ABC letter sewing.
This is a great activity to help kids feel important about their role in social distancing. Kids staying home will truly help save the world
Learn to make 1/2 gallon of Liquid Hand Soap from One Bar of Soap! Perfect home-based science project with a handy useful product for your family to enjoy! Discover what viscosity is in this hands-on activity! Adult supervision is required.
Personalized Guess Who Game DIY – a fun craft and game to play while stuck inside.