It is important to have ideas for activities and games when you are unable to leave your home. These games will allow you to have a relaxing afternoon at home, even with the youngest children. Both children and adults will have a lot of fun.
Children love to play at any time. These are some games we can make at home for the entire family. You may also be interested to know about educational toys for babies under 12 months.
It’s a great idea to create postcards for a birthday or other special occasion. We will need a postcard of the same size as a postcard, paints, and a pencil/pen.
Let the child draw whatever he likes. This could be himself, his family, or a landscape. Encourage him to write a brief description of how he is feeling, what he did during the day, and so on. If the child is proficient in writing his name, he should create the text and then sign it at the end.
A cardboard house
You can have a car, plane or a plane. All is possible with a large cardboard box that the child can fit in. You will need to place the cardboard box with the opening facing downward and then cut the holes for the doors and windows.
The child can decorate it. He can paint the tiles, chimney, flower pots, and mailbox. He can then play with the box once he is done. The box must be turned upside-down so that the child can climb in it to make a car. He will draw the wheels and controls.
It’s a wonderful way to wake up, or even end your nap. To surprise the other parent, it is possible for one of the parents to secretly work with the children. This is a friendly battle that only a few means (just some pillows and cushions) and a lot of humor. The end must be peaceful, of course.
Are you looking for something smooth or rough?
An opaque bag is used to store various objects, such as a sponge, cotton, and a dishwashing towel. Children take turns reaching for the bag and touching it, then guessing what it is. They will succeed and then take the object out of the bag to get another one.
Create a story
It’s more enjoyable for parents to play with their children. The story begins with one person, and then the other adds a few sentences to complete the story. It is better if the story is written down by an adult. It is often a hilarious story.
Which animal am I thinking about?
A child picks an animal to imitate without telling anyone. It will replace whoever guesses. So on. It’s not worth speaking, but just gesturing and making sounds.
Very original mobile
It can be made from any object that you have at home. As long as they are small, unbreakable, not heavy, sound each other when they collide and can be held with ropes, it is possible. You can use any metal stroller, shells, or pebbles from the sea to make this. Then they are tied together, making a row, and then hung from a tree or on the terrace.
- It’s time to get dressed up!
This is a timeless classic we can’t forget to mention because it never fails. Children enjoy putting themselves in other people’s shoes. They will prefer to have their clothes and various accessories (bags and gloves, shoes, and even shoes), rather than buying a ready-made costume.
Stepping on the paper
A stack of papers scattered around a room can help us exercise our sense of balance. Children must jump from one leaf to the next to move around the room. It is possible to separate more papers.