Feeding Ducks—and Talking with Your Kids and Teens about Balance with This Easy Outdoor Family Activity
If you have chopsticks and empty toilet paper rolls, then you’re on your way to 60 minutes of family fun with just 1–2 minutes of setup for these fling flyers combined with a fun target practice! Enjoy TP fling flyers indoor or outdoors for lots of family fun! Games like this are accessible—and fun!—for all ages, from toddler to adults.
Kids have been experiencing lots of ups and downs, too, and a special note of appreciation and recognition may be just what they need this week! Try this idea to make it extra meaningful! Use a growth-theme to acknowledge all the growth you’ve seen in them, and give them seeds or plants that they can watch grow as a reminder of the growth they’ve experienced during these unique times.
This name-that-tune style art game uses graph paper to see who can draw an object using the least amount of squares. It also provides a great parallel to setting and achieving goals, and it can help you talk about growth and goal-setting with your family!