Looking for some indoor family fun to keep yourself and the kids entertained this half term? Running out of ideas for things to do at home? We’re here to help!
Our team has put together a list of 5 fun activities to do indoors. Spark your little ones imagination with our indoor crafts and games below and share your pictures with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
Design your own bus using playdough and our bus activity mat. Simply print it off onto some paper and away you go. You can use playdough, slime, or any other figures/toys you already have at home.
Quick tips -
Spark your little ones imagination with our bus role play pack. Use the tickets, timetables and playing cards to help you create a stimulating, creative and educational bus activity.
Bus role play - scenarios:
There are so many things you can do with a simple cardboard box. Make a bus, car, shop or let your imagination run wild and create a castle that needs defending from a dragon. The possibilities are endless!
This activity will not cost a penny - just your creative inspiration and time. If the box is really big you can even climb inside!
You will need:
Simply use pens or paints to make your cardboard box into a bus, car, shop or anything else you can come up with.
Use our activity sheet to draw your family and friends then seat them on the bus. Create your faces and stick them on board our bus picture, then colour it all in. Who will you pick to get the top deck front row seat?
Quick tip - This also doubles up as a perfect homemade lockdown gift for socially distanced family members too!
Download the colour your own bus and passengers sheet
To keep spirits up with little ones during lockdown, keep the magic alive and try making a bus jar light ! It’s super fun to make, and they look amazing once you’ve made them.
You will need:
Use markers to draw a bus front on the jar - if it is a large jar, try drawing the back of the bus too! You will need to colour in the bus but leave the headlights on the bus clear, this is so that light can shine through them when you have finished.
When you are happy with the colour and design of your bus, place a tea light in the jar and get an adult to light the tea light. You now have your very own bus jar light!
Once you’ve had a go at some of our indoor family activities pop them into your front window to brighten up someone's day when they walk or drive past - we love to see bus art!
If that all seems like too much effort for a rainy day or indoor half term activity then why not plan a movie night in instead? Day out with kids! have compiled a list of over 50 movies for you to choose from. Simply grab the snacks and the family then gather in front of the tv for some much needed quality together time.
Published: 2nd February 2021
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