Activities and games during Easter!

Obstacle course: Create a furniture course in your home or take chalk and make a course outside. Add in specific mental or physical challenges to keep them guessing.

Wheelbarrow, crab, and bear-walk races: Holding one of these tough positions gives you a real workout.

Animal races: Hop like a bunny or frog; squat and waddle like a duck; and so on.

Balloon ball: There are endless ways to play with balloons indoors. Try to keep it off the ground or just play catch. Mix it up with balloon tennis!

Follow the leader: Add to the workout with energetic movements such as jumping, stomping, and squatting.

Freeze dance: When the music stops, freeze in your pose and hold it until the music begins again.

Scavenger hunt: Write up clues and hide them around the apartment. Kids can race to find each clue for a small prize at the end. – nice idea for easter egg hunt

Carnival: Set up carnival games such as “Knock Down the Milk Cans”

Hallway bowling: Fill up water bottles and use any ball you have.

Bubble bashing: Blow bubbles and let your child try to smash them.

Pitching pennies: Throwing coins into cups at a distance giving each cup a different score and get the children to add the totals up.

Hangman: This game can be engaging for young kids and may even be a fun way to learn.


Pictionary:
Pictionary is a fun game that requires one player to draw an image indicating the word, where the other player has to guess it correctly.

Sock toss: Using some folded up socks and a bucket, you can enjoy a game of mini basketball right at home.

Building a fort

The Listening Game:
This game can engage your child’s senses and help them improve their listening skills

What You Will Need

  • Several objects like toys, combs, salt shakers, spoon, etc.

How to Play

  • Place the objects before the child and let him observe
  • Now have your child close his eyes
  • One by one, use individual objects to create a sound and have your child guess what object it was