School is hard work. Report cards are a great chance to talk to your child about things that they can do to improve or to celebrate your child’s progress!
Thanks to Fort Magi
c for sponsoring and inspiring us to celebrate our hard-working smarty-pants. We used the Fort Magic pieces to create a welcome-home tunnel.
We are celebrating school work, but you can use the welcome home tunnel to celebrate coming home after a weekend at grandmas, or when they got A’s in all their sections at school, or for their birthday.
The possibilities are endless – as are the smiles!
Suggestions for your Party Tunnel:
Welcome them with a sign at the entrance to your tunnel. Let your kiddo know why you are proud of them!
Cover your fort with a sheet. You can even have paper that they need to “break” through.
Add some twinkle lights over the sheets. Sparkling lights add to the party atmosphere.
A younger friend helped us set up our tunnel. Use your tunnel building experience as a great chance to talk to the kids who are helping you prep about some of the rewards that hard work brings.
Have a tasty treat for your kids at the end of the fort. Your kids will know they made your day!
Offer them a coupon for a reward. We used coupons for extra Screen-Time.
Instill in your kids a sense of pride and accomplishment for their work and help them realize that blessings come to those who are diligent with their efforts.
Thanks Fort Magic
for contributing to our celebration!
Our fort kit is one of the kids favorite toys. You can win one right here…
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Fort Building Ideas
For other ways we have enjoyed our fort building kit, check out these posts:
Indoor Party Balloon House
Crazy Fort Building Adventures
Ten Reasons Kids NEED to Build Forts
Thanks again to Fort Magic. We adore working with you and completely appreciate your continued sponsorship of Kids Activities Blog. All opinions expressed are ours.