We’re hunkered down with schools closed and social distancing in full effect due to the coronavirus. It’s a really difficult time for everyone. Here are a few fun ideas of things to do with kids at home (and remember, one day at a time, friends).
Made from all those grocery delivery boxes. Add some colorful construction paper for a fun roof and don’t forget to cut out windows and doors!
These yummy monsters are so much fun to make and eat. Any guess what the monster hair is made from??
Make a whole family for a monster party!
Great activity to do at night! All you need are a big pack of mini glow sticks and balloons. Endless fun after the lights are out.
Paint some boxes and hang on the wall for display shelves and tiny homes. My girls love to put their collection of shells, treasures, and other little dolls and toys on here. You can hang them on a wall or stack them for a full rainbow house!
Just food coloring and eggs and some cracking involved here! This is a crowd favorite around here. Also the shells are so pretty too.
Grab some straws, string, and scissors for this easy activity! It’ll keep little hands busy for hours.
Keep them moving and thinking with this oversized version of the classic matching game. Great for toddlers and little ones that need to get some activity when staying inside.
So much fun! Let them go wild with those paints + big rolls of paper. They’ll love getting a chance to paint with their hands!
Each paint on a canvas and put together for a collaborative family art piece. This is on of our favorite projects, it’s currently hanging above our bed here.
So much fun for kids of all ages. See who can make the craziest design! Also, fun to eat the leftovers- make them into rice krispie treats!
Broken crayons and an ice tray are all you need here (any shape is fine!). We love the blocked look but you can also go with regular bits of broken crayons in all rainbow colors and in ice trays too.
A fun way to spend a long afternoon! Everything is more fun in a fort and the whole family can get involved in helping.
Grab a hole punch, string, and paper to make any shape you want for busy sewing for toddlers. We love making these for different holidays and they’re great for dexterity.
You don’t need to buy more, just make them at home. Plus, you can re-use those old ice trays you were going to throw out!
Make a pretty garland with dried oranges. We hang ours all year round, and the house will smell amazing while baking!
So many things to do here! All you need is a bag of popsicle sticks, paper and glue. So many fun ideas here and sweet scenes to make with popsicle sticks.
A sweet decoration you can work on together with your kids. Just grab some wood, string, and a pack of felt balls.
Really special way to remember a child’s favorite things. A great long project to work on during these months. Have older kids help photograph and write. A fantastic keepsake, they’ll love looking at it when they’re older too.
Toddler need to get messy? This is an easy, fun idea! Put down a big sheet and let your baby or toddler go crazy here!
No-sew kids apron made from a $1 dishtowel! Want to cook with your kids but don’t have a kids apron? Easy peasy project here to make your own.
Carve out shapes on potatoes and stamp away. Make any shape you want, it’s so much fun. We’ve also made hearts and Halloween potato shapes.
Spend an afternoon drawing and then host an art exhibit for the family. Growing up, my siblings and I would have coloring sessions for hours on end. With stacks of artwork, we’d then set up a gallery exhibit and charge our parents admission.
All you need are felt balls, string and a blunt craft needle. The result is so simple and pretty. Kids love it!
Grab a chalkboard marker and start creating (washable) art on your windows. So much you can do here. You can also use acrylic paints to make a rainbow or other design. They’ll scratch right off when dry.
A happy way to dress up spring sandals. So many possibilities here. Maybe decorate hats, pillows, and blankets too? Just be sure you see the notes about the kind of glue to use.
Grab a salad spinner, it’s so easy! This is one of our kids favorite things to do but alas our salad spinner is missing now. They’ll do this for hours!
Great for little hands to practice sewing. I love how these turned out. So many shapes you can make here for all kinds of holidays and events. Love the idea of a big one too!
Have a big box laying around? You’ve got hours of fun ahead creating a giant playhouse. My kids played in this for MONTHS before I finally had to get rid of it. So sweet!
A little bit of fancy makes the day feel special. It’s the little things right? Even out on the patio is great to get some sun if you can.
Jolly ranchers, edible flowers, and popsicle sticks are all you need! Aren’t they pretty? No candy thermometer needed either!
Grab a big piece of paper, cars, planes and a marker! So much creativity and ideas to make here. Bridges and whole towns even!
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i loved the popsicle one Im going to do i myself
So many great summer inside ideas (Florida heat is brutal) — thank you so much!
Love all these ideas especially the flower lollipops. I’ll be trying these this week – my kiddos will love these for sure! I love when crafts are simple – we need all the boredom busters we can find around here.
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Those dinosaur eggs are so fun and would be perfect since Easter is around the corner!
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