Parents should be prepared when all the kids are around the house. Avoid a chaotic scene in the house by having these best indoor activities for you and kids. Keep them busy while having fun. These activities can easily be done by all parents and it is applicable for all age groups. Try it yourself!
Turn up the volume for this game. Request them to choose their favorite music and dance to it until the music stops. They will need to freeze in whatever position they are when the music stops. The last standing is the winner. Make it more challenging, ask the kids to freeze in specific poses: yoga, signs, shapes, and animals. This game good to improve kids’ hearing, agility and response. Autistic kids can try this game as well, it is been conducted in autism Malaysia school.
A simple game that will make everyone giggling. Ask the kids to sit on the floor in a circle. Turn on some of their favorite tunes. Have them pass the potato (small bag or softball) around the circle as fast as possible. When the music stops, the one with potato in their hand will lose and leaves the circle. The last player who not holding the potato will win the game.
Treasure hunt definitely will excite everyone – especially with prizes at the end, kids love it! Be creative in this activity. Leave your clues carefully. Place the first clue in a super easy to find like on top of the couch or on their bed. Then make it harder and harder for each clue – to keep it interesting until the final clue. One interesting idea, instead of a prize, lead them to various coins around the house. Kids can collect all the coins and fill up their piggy banks. If you interested in treasure hunt Malaysia make sure to check out this event management company Malaysia that will help organize an event for you.
Reuse your water bottles at its best! Gather them around and have a bowling tournament inside the house. Build up line six-10 bottles at your hall or living room. Make a line at the starting line. Grab an indoor ball and start bowling! To make it more interesting, draw a line side by side along the way to the pins, to create an illusion of the trench. Whoever throws the ball over the line, will count as a gutter. Don’t forget to keep the scores and give out a trophy for the winner.
DIY balance beam
Parents should know how the kids love walking in straight lines, they will do it every chance they have. For this activity, just take your masking tape out, create your own balance beam and ask them to walk one at a time. Put some of their favorite music, let them take the turn to walk the straight line of tape. Make the game more challenging and interesting by having the kids walk backward or balance with one foot on the line.