5 Vacation Activities at Home
5 Vacation Activities at Home
In this article, you will learn about 5 vacation activities at home. Children don’t have to go to an expensive camp to have a blast this vacation time! Bust vacation boredom with these classic activities and crafts you can do at home with your kids. Find both indoor and outdoor activities for groups and individuals.
Here are 5 Vacation Activities you and your Kid can do at Home!
1. Play Dough
I have to admit to going through phases with playdough and we are certainly well overdue to make some new play-dough. This time I will try the idea as shown by Good + Happy Day, breaking the batch up into smaller amounts and adding glitter to the mix. I already add essential oils to make it smell nicer and I might even add rice to one lot as well for more texture.
2. Marble Painting
This one’s for young kids – preschoolers to 8-year-olds. Get some tempera paint, poster paint or activity paint in at least 6-7 shades; a small pack of marbles; a metal box/canister (the kind that chocolates come in) or, if that is not available, a shoebox; thick sheets of poster paper cut to fit at the bottom of the box. Now get the kids to coat the marbles in different colors and drop them in the box. They can use as few marbles as they want or as many, depending on the number of colors they want in their painting. Now close the lid and shake the box a few times. Open it and voila, the painting is ready! Now wash the marbles and try with different colors. Older kids could experiment with rolling the marbles carefully around in an open box or tray instead of closing the lid and shaking the box.
3. A to Z Scavenger hunt
Give the children a big box and send them off on a scavenger hunt indoors (if you don’t mind your home being turned upside down) or outdoors to a park. Give them a time limit and have them compete against each other if they want. Ask them to collect in the box any items they can find starting with different letters of the alphabet. So your kids may pick up an apple from the kitchen (starts with A), or a safety pin (starts with S) from your sewing box, or a ballpoint pen (starts with B) from your work table. All letters of the alphabet must be covered. And all items must fit in the box provided. The kids can play this in teams with their friends too. A single kid can go on a solo scavenger hunt.Regarding this play school franchise in delhi are do their job so well.
4. Create a Memory book of the best moments of the year
You could use a blank notebook or something similar and give it to each child.
Then I ask them questions like:
• What is their favorite memory
• Evaluate what they did super during the school year
• To think about their friends this year
• Evaluate how their classmates were great friends
• A few things they learned in school this year
• What was one thing they learned that they will remember most from the years?
5. Growing Grass
You really should check out this gorgeous post from Childhood Magic. They used Chia seeds to grow this lovely grass and I would love to try growing some grass like this with the kids. This post shows another gorgeous example of creating “Little Worlds” or “Fairy Gardens” for preschoolers. They are very popular around the blogosphere at the moment.
Place a bucket full of water on one side of the yard and place an empty bucket on the other. Have teams line up their players anywhere
between the two buckets but once they’re lined up – they are frozen in place and cannot change their placement. One player on each
team should be next to the full bucket and one next to the empty bucket. The first player must dunk the sponge in the full bucket of
water trying to soak up as much water as possible. The player must toss the sponge to their next teammate who tosses it to the next and so on until it reaches the final player by the empty bucket. That player wrings out the sponge and passes the empty sponge back
down the line. The first team to fill up their bucket to the marked line wins.
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