It’s far too easy to get a little antsy when you are stuck at home. We have a few tips for you, and for the kids to keep yourselves busy during these stationary times!
Things To Do For Adults
1. Create Some Quarantine Art (or music)
Channeling your productive energy into an instrument, or clay, or paint, or any canvas, can be highly rewarding. Not to mention, you’ll be coming out with a new skill to brag about!
2. Get gardening
Spend some time outdoors by planting flowers in the yard. It’s an excellent way to kill some time, and you’ll get some fresh herbs and veggies if you choose to plant those!
Journaling is a great way to express yourself and relieve tension. We all feel the need to do that right now during these stressful times. It can be surprising how much peace can come from simply writing your thoughts and feelings down.
Things To Do With The Kids
1. Make a cardboard fort
Put those empty Amazon boxes out in the garage to good use! Kids can get lost a good fort for hours or even days, that’s why we’re putting this one up first.
2. Set up a treasure hunt
Treasure hunts are pretty easy, and depending on how many items there are, and it could last a while. Hide anywhere from 10 to 20 things around the house or outside to keep kids occupied for a few hours.
3. Zoom around in cardboard race cars
Let your kids zoom through the living room in their very own race car. Nothing like a good race to get the kids tuckered out! Get the instructions here.
4. Make a bird feeder
What is a better spring craft than making a DIY bird feeder? Or try painting a birdhouse, which you can purchase at your local craft store. However, making it at home is half the fun!
5. Collect and paint rocks
Go to a nearby park and collect rocks, then make a craft day out of it. Paint them with whatever paint you have at home and maybe even turn them into rock magnets for the fridge. It’s a great way to memorialize some family fun!
6. Bake together
Cookies, cakes, brownies. Anything! Baking is an excellent lesson in measuring ingredients, and, of course, making delicious goodies. Just try not to overdo this one for the sake of your waistline!
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