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Indoor activities for kids that are going to get them physical and active. These kid activities and games can be done at home and are perfect for winter or when you're stuck inside or simply when your kids have too much energy. And even better, they don't require any prep!
Sherri Sentell saved to Baby hacks
10 Awesome Screen-Free Alternatives For Kids Before Bedtime. Great ideas for keeping the kids busy but not watching TV or using their tablets. The mix of low energy, high energy, alone and with a parent options are fantastic!
Katie @ Pick Any Two saved to Parenting & Family
Snow Days and Rainy Days can be long days - here are some great EASY INDOOR ACTIVITIES for kids
Cassey Anderson saved to DP
Having difficulty getting your little one to nap or snooze through the night? Check out some of the most common sleepy-time missteps parents make, and learn how to avoid them.
Parents saved to Parents Tips & Tricks
Rainy Day Activities For Kids | Active indoor games and gross motor activities to keep your kids moving for when you can't get outside - perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and older children - boys and girls. For the full list go to whatmomslove.com
It's Always Autumn saved to Everything for kids
This is the time of year to think about helping kids get active! What does your homeschool p.e. curriculum look like? Maybe you should consider one of these top 100 easy and fun homeschool p.e. ideas! They just might make your pe class fun! #homeschoolpe #physicaleducation #peforkids #pecurriculum
DeAnna Dunn saved to Homeschool fitness
Do you have trouble getting your high energy kid to fall asleep? Check out 6 Tricks for Helping High Energy Kids Fall Asleep and save your night time sanity! #parenting
Spending lots of indoor time with kiddos who are bouncing off the walls? We've rounded up 20 fun and creative indoor activities from some of our favorite parenting blogs. Help your kids get some exercise, get creative, and channel some of that pent-up energy! 1) Obstacle Course: Use objects found around the house,
Make a shooting star launcher! This is a simple toy that you can make with plastic cups, rubber bands, and a star that you can print at the bottom of this post. Adult help will be needed for younger kids, but my 4 year old had a blast launching this! For each star launcher, you […]
Claire S saved to Kids play activity