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5 WAYS TO KEEP THE KIDS SMILEY & ENTERTAINED AT HOME

5 Ways To Keep The Kids Smiley & Entertained At Home

We can all sympathise with parents in isolation due to Coronavirus right now, you have to work from home, shopping is a nightmare, there's no loo roll to be found and the kids need constant entertainment! We’re guessing you’ve tried all the obvious games, websites, activities and movies, so we thought we’d put together a list of free indoor activities that will hopefully keep the kids smiley and entertained whilst gaining you some valuable time to keep the boss happy.

Masking Tape Speedway

Not only do they get to go bananas creating a track all over the house, it’s also simple to clean up and costs hardly anything! The bigger the track you let them build, the longer you can get on with some work, just watch you don't slip on any toys left out. 

Ninja Assault Course

Use balloons on strings or crepe tape stuck across corridors, add in some sofa cushion, use a duvet to create a tunnel and let the kids time how quickly they can ninja their way through the assault course! Hours of fun for the whole family.

Make A Film

Fortunately for parents, it’s easier than ever for the kids to learn valuable skills early on using technology! Why not let the little ones strat getting creative and picking up some film making skills? Using a phone or table they can easily direct and star in their own film, get the whole family involved with fancy dress and make up and you’ve got a whole evening sorted!

All-In-One Homeschool

The kids might be home from school, but that doesn't mean they can’t keep learning! All-In-One Homeschool is an amazing free tool that features a curriculum with everything from pre-school to year 12, it will keep them entertained, smiley and educated. Science, Art & P.E. for the day? Sorted! 

Get Experimental!

The internet is full of wild but completely safe sciene experiements kids can get busy with! Like the one above where they make a bouncy ball out of an egg and vinegar. How about letting them get messy and learn some valuable skills along the way ... you might even pick up some pointers yourself!

We would love to hear how you get on with those channels or if you've got any more you would reccomend! Why not get in touch through any of our Social Media channels. We'd love to hear from you!

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