Things To Do With The Kids

Things to Do With the Kids

Executive Summary about Kids by Sandy Prosdocimo and Idan Lavi

Fun Things to do With Kids

Fun Things to do With Kids

1.  Meet with friends at a park and play with the kids on the playground.

2.  Have a movie afternoon – great for a rainy day. Rent a couple of good kids movies, make some popcorn and snuggle up with blankets and enjoy the movies.

3.  Organise a KidSwap with friends who work.

4.  Browse through your local museum, great to show the kids how things use to be.

5.  Try Horse-riding lots of riding centers provide lessons or short rides for younger children.

6.  Have a Picnic or BBQ lunch at the local park – let the kids help pack their favourite lunch and snacks.

7.  Do some Gardening with the kids – make a herb garden pot, they are fantastic and useful too!

8.  Play dough – buy some or make your own – this will provide hours of fun for you and the kids.

9.  Paper mache…messy but always fun – create a bowl or a piggy bank.

10. Create a masterpiece – let the children express their creativity with Painting.

11. Play lets pretend – play shopkeeper or mum/baby or anything you like.

12. Teach the kids to sew or thread with lacing cards.

13. Have a theme days – make it blue day so everyone wears blue, you eat blue food, use blue paints/materials for craft work, sing blue songs, etc.

14.  Try your hand at scrap booking, with some coloured paper, kids photos and embellishments.

15.  Grocery shopping – take the kids to the Supermarket and let them help you shop, cross of the items on your shopping list.

16.  Board games – Monopoly, Scrabble, Hungry Hippos, and more if there are a few kids have a tournament.

17.  Catch local transport – take a ferry, train or bus ride around the City.

18.  National Parks and Wildlife run some great holiday programs – have a look here – Australia National Parks Links for your closest park.

19.  Lots of Local Libraries hold story-telling workshops during school holidays, and then the kids can borrow some new stories to read.

20.  Dress Ups – a family favourite find some outfits and play dress ups.

21.  Throw hoops – for small children try and throw a ball into a bucket and move it further away, or for older kids use a netball or basket ball ring.

22.  Go bird watching at the local park or wetlands make a list of birds you see.

With milkshakes or hot chocolate for the kids and lots of yummy treats.

23.  Play rock, paper, scissors – have a prize for the best out of 10 games.

24.  Do some colouring in – there are some great print outs in our Fun & Games Section.

25.  Play computer games with the Kids, find out which ones are their favourites, and which ones you can beat them.

26.  Have a game of hide and seek – lots of fun for the little ones.

27.  Jump in Puddles, great wet weather fun, forget about getting wet and remember the fun of being a kid again.

28.  Play Twister with the Kids – get the game out and start spinning.

29.  Put the music on grab the kids and dance around the lounge room.

Kids Socks

The plain white sock doesn’t cut it. There’s more than meets the eye when it comes to buying kids socks.

Kids socks should display part of the ankle, for their viewing pleasure. In the children’s clothing departments, you’ll find patterned socks, thickly striped or pinstriped kids socks as well as polka dots and geometrical shapes. The best fun in the kids socks assortments, are the cartoon characters. Kids sock designs go beyond patterns and cartoon characters. Some kids socks come with teeny-tiny stuffed, detachable cartoon characters on the back. When buying kids socks, a common mistake parents make is assuming the sock will fit into the shoe. While summer socks easily slide into a sneaker, winter socks can be so thick that your kids feet become uncomfortably “smooshed

Things to Do With the Kids

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