By Lynn Gordon, Karen Johnson
Full of inventive feedback for either indoor and outdoors actions, this illustrated deck will supply concept while boredom moves. attempt Treasure Hunt, mystery Writings, technology Cubes, and Nature Wind Chimes. excellent for any day—rain or shine—these playing cards will preserve little ones engaged and entertained.
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Don’t shake off the excess glitter. Allow the shapes to dry completely. Once dry, peel the shapes from the waxed paper. Collect the extra glitter in a container. Tie string or yarn on the shape to hang it from a window or the ceiling. Make several stars and planets to decorate your room like the night sky, or use different colors of glitter to make a garden of flowers. Golf in the House Materials: Plastic golf clubs or yardstick; Sponge; Tape; Small rubber ball, softball, or plastic golf ball; Blocks If you’re stuck inside and can’t go to a miniature golf course, try making your own.
Ask for advice from a garden store or read books for ideas. Fill containers with potting soil and plant the seeds or plants. Make sure they get the right amount of sun and water and watch them grow. Clothing Race Materials: A variety of clothing items; Clock or timer How many layers of clothing can you put on? How fast? Play this game and see what crazy combinations you get. Make a pile of clothing from dress-up clothes, your own clothes, parents’ clothes (be sure to ask first), and clothing for donation.
Number the holes and keep track of your strokes. Ask a friend to join you for a little competition. Eye for Letters Materials: Film or digital camera; Glue; Paper; Markers; Stickers Use a camera to take pictures of things that start with each letter of the alphabet. A yellow toy can work for “y”; you can make a letter with blocks and take a picture of the letter or take a picture of a friend standing or jumping while making the shape of the letter. Ask an adult to help you get prints of the pictures.
52 Boredom Busters for Kids by Lynn Gordon, Karen Johnson