60 Things To Do At Home With Your Toddler and Preschooler

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We are always looking for something to do to keep our kiddos entertained at home and these days we have even more time to fill up while schools are closed. Today I’m sharing a list of 60 activitie3s you can do at home with your kiddo. I hope this list will inspire you and your family with some new and maybe some old but forgotten activities that will help you build some unforgettable family memories with your little love bugs.

  1. Go on a Nature Scavenger Hunt
  2. Have a staring contest
  3. Build a blanket fort
  4. Play a board game (Candy Land and Shoots and Ladders are always a favorite)
  5. Play Hide-N-Seek
  6. Make homemade play dough
  7. Take a bike ride
  8. Ride a scooter
  9. Finger paint
  10. Make a diorama
  11. Lace pony beads on pipe cleaners
  12. Have a car wash for your match box cars
  13. Have a cup stacking contest
  14. Climb a tree
  15. Host a family talent show
  16. Play 20 Questions
  17. Fly a kite
  18. Have your kids help cut coupons, magazine pictures, or junk mail
  19. Measure things using blocks, legos, shoes and compare the measurements
  20. Look for birds
  21. Make a musical instrument using items from around the house
  22. Have a catch
  23. Hit baseballs
  24. Play The Floor is Lava
  25. Build with Legos
  26. Explore with magnets
  27. Play Sink or Float in the bathtub
  28. Practice writing letters, numbers, and shapes in shaving cream
  29. Trace blocks and then match them up to the right shape
  30. Bake muffins, cookies, or cupcakes
  31. Create sock puppets
  32. Put on a puppet show
  33. Compare how different balls bounce
  34. Blow bubbles
  35. Have a pillow fight
  36. Go outside and play hopscotch
  37. Draw in the mud with a stick
  38. Have a dance party
  39. Trace your family in chalk
  40. GoNoodle
  41. Play Monster in the Middle
  42. Make an obstacle course
  43. Play Duck, Duck, Goose
  44. Have a family tickle fight
  45. Play Simon Says
  46. Blow up a balloon and play Don’t Touch the Ground
  47. Have a clean up race
  48. Play Ring Around the Rosie
  49. Play Jump on the Shapes – Draw shapes on a large piece of butcher paper and kids jump on the shape called out. Can be done with letters, numbers, colors…
  50. Plant a garden
  51. Have a backyard camp out
  52. Make a mud sculpture
  53. Create bark rubbings
  54. Jump in puddles
  55. Catch raindrops in your tounge
  56. Look for shapes in the clouds
  57. Make mud pies
  58. Collect rocks and paint with them when you get home
  59. Go to a park
  60. Make daisy chains

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