{4 Terrific Ideas} What to do with Kids?

What to do with kids?  It is a question that parents face daily.  Here are Kids Activities Blog we try and give super reasonable solutions to the what to do with kids question!  Today we are concentrating on 4 terrific ideas that will keep kid boredom at bay…

Every week you join us in linking up your best kids activities in our weekly Kids meme, It’s Playtime.  Last week we had nearly 200 posts – I love reading the posts you contribute and pinning my favorites to our Pinterest boards.  *Note: By linking up you give me permission to pin your activities and feature a photo from your post.*  Here are just a few of our favorite recent posts:

5 Things to Do with Kids
What to do with Kids?

Here are some fun and creative ideas for what to do with kids.  These were all linked up recently to on It’s Playtime.

  • Make your own paint.  The paint pictured was made from the bits of chalk.  It is a super easy paint to create!
  • Create with recycled items.  This green maze was made out of a box destined for the trash, some straws and paint!  How festive.
  • Make playdough with your child.  My youngest set of kids really enjoys playdough right now.  They could play all day.  Love this play dough recipe.
  • Dig and pour.  If only this didn’t make a big mess!  We hope to get an “indoor” kiddie pool just for the times they want to dig and pour.  Maybe Christmas?

What do your kids love to do?

Thanks for inspiring me to play more with my kids!  Happy linking up your favorite kids activities.  All links must be kid-related & family-friendly.  Leave your email in the sign-up so we can send you a weekly reminder.

Many thanks to my co-hosts, Hands On: As We Grow, The Imagination Tree, Let the Children Play and Messy Kids for co-hosting this link-up with us each and every Wednesday afternoon.  Your blog posts are visible on all of our blogs.




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An original "Quirky Momma" blogger and "Mommy" to six kids under six, when Rachel is not wiping crayon off the walls or wading through laundry, she can be found exploring and creating with her kiddos. She hopes to be someone who acts justly, loves kindness and walks humbly before God (Micah 6:8).