The school holidays can come with a certain amount of dread. How will
you keep the kids entertained for two weeks (or seven!!)? Here are some
This is fun, but not always easy!
Make a simple jigsaw puzzle for your child using a photo of a favourite person or place or a picture from a magazine.
Kids love making noise - so why not make some of your own instruments using household objects.
Walk and Stop is a great game for practicing listening skills!
Big places to hide are often popular with toddlers. If you or someone you know has a large cardboard box after having
something delivered, turn it into a cubby house for you toddler to play
and hide in.
Stacking and nesting is great for teaching about sizes and shapes whilst using developing some fine motor skills.
A great game that also teaches about smell and different senses.
Create a slide for your marbles or cars!
Remember family road trips? Listening to dad's music and playing Punch Buggy? Here are some less violent games to teach your little ones before a long drive.
Stuck for ideas for games and activities to play with your toddler or preschooler? Here's a list of free or low-cost activities and games to stimulate 1-5 year olds.
Stuck for ideas for games and activities to play with your baby? Here's our list of free or low-cost activities and games to stimulate newborns to 1 year olds.