If you’ve ever been in the car for more than two hours, you’ve probably heard the question, “Are we there yet?!”. Usually, the question is accompanied by an angry kick on the back of the seat from an impatient passenger. However, road trips can be great bonding experiences, after all, you’re stuck in the same car with no escape. So, have some fun and know that someone’s eventually going to get bored on the road. And when that happens, it’s essential to come prepared with plenty of entertainment!
Test the steadiness of your drawing hand with this Bumpy Car Doodle Contestprintable. It’s basically Pictionary! but with the added obstacle of road bumps. Make it really competitive by letting the winner control the music for the rest of the trip!
If art isn’t up your alley, make the most of the trip by capturing the laughs along the way. You can document the funniest, weirdest, most clever bumper stickers on the road with this Bumper Sticker Scrapbook printable.
If you are a parent and like me struggles to come up with ideas to keep the little ones entertained read on. To be honest I think even the most creative parents are running out of options of what to do with the kids after all these lockdowns and time off school. It is hard […]
Guest post from Dave at YourCub.com Do you love to play with your children? I know I do. But many of the toys that my preschooler likes to play with will only keep me engaged for a few minutes. You’ll find that the more educational and creative the task or the toy, the longer we […]
We all need a little help keeping our kids busy during this stay-at-home period, and Bing has plenty to offer to help out families with this. As well as over 100 episodes available on iPlayer, Emmy award-winning and BAFTA nominated family favourite Bing offers pre-school children and families multiple ways to keep busy and entertained during this […]
Activity and images provided by WAHACA AT HOME Make your own Piñata Looking for the perfect way to stop your kids smashing up the house? Here’s our step by step guide to making your own Piñata. STEP 1: Assemble your equipment You’ll need flour water newspaper balloons string scissors glue paint tissue paper and lots of […]
Right now we are in unprecedented times, with households across the UK going into our second month of ‘lockdown’ due to the Corona Virus outbreak. This break from the norm can be quite stressful for children – we don’t know when this situation is going to end, when we will see our families and friends […]
In case you’re in need of extra inspiration to fill these days during the lock down, here’s a quick list from Muddy Puddles who have shared some simple ideas that will help make the most of this time… Muddy Puddles is offering NHS and other health service workers 40% off on top of their online […]
Playing with your child helps with their confidence, development and overall wellbeing. Many parents make the mistake of trying to take the control of how their child plays. However, you should let them experiment with unstructured play, which allows them to go at their own pace and usually revolves around their interests at that moment. […]