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6 Ideas for Keeping the Kids Entertained the Next Time You’re Stuck Indoors

by | Jan 29, 2020 | Blog, Home Page

 

Between winter weather, spring storms and sweltering summer days, there are many times when playing outside just isn’t an option for children. This can lead to a serious case of cabin fever, but thankfully, there are plenty of ideas for beating boredom indoors!

Between drama activities and entertaining an audience, these ideas will transform your next indoor day.

Top 6 Ways to Keep Kids Entertained Inside

Pass the Story
Get everyone involved in the fun of storytelling by playing Pass the Story. Pick your storytelling device and start the first line, then pass the object around. Each person picks up where the previous person left off until you have a full story formed.

Obstacle Courses
All sorts of household objects can be used to construct an obstacle course in the house—a sheet can become a tunnel, couch cushions can become towers for climbing or the floor can become lava for an abundance of fun.

Drama Exercises
Many drama exercises can be done anywhere, but they are especially useful on days where you have to stay indoors. Classics like Mirror Activity and Dance Your Name are always a blast, as well as any favorites you child has from attending Drama Kids classes!

Play Cooking Show
Baking with your children is a great way to bond, but for truly stuck-inside days, you can make it even more interesting. Find a kid-friendly recipe to make, but pretend you are on a cooking show while you do it! Kids will love getting the opportunity to talk to their audience and explain exactly what they are doing.

Design a Scavenger Hunt
Scavenger hunts don’t have to be city-wide affairs, and they can be adapted well based on the age ranges of your children. Hide various objects throughout your house and give your child clues for where to find them—it’s great for problem-solving and a ton of fun!

Create a Boredom Box
This is an activity that keeps on giving! Sit with your kids and assemble a whole host of activities they can do when they’re bored, and write them down for safekeeping. Not only will this keep them entertained in the moment, but you will also have a resource for the next time you have to stay indoors.

Enrolling your child in drama classes is a great way to have fun indoors! Get in touch for details on our class offerings.

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