After all the favorite games have been played, recipes have been baked, and movies have been watched, it’s almost inevitable: The kids will get bored.
Our advice? The best way to beat boredom is with a simple shift in perspective, which is exactly what this indoor scavenger hunt does. It encourages little thinkers to view the items in your home in new ways. Challenge them to come up with their own list after they’ve collected all the items on this one, and, if you really want to stretch this activity out, have them draw a picture of each item. Don’t worry, mom and dad—you’ve got this!
Melinda writes about health, wellness, and food for the Thrive Market blog. She started her career as a financial journalist in NYC and has written for Where Magazine, Worth, Forbes, and TheStreet.com. When she's not reading or writing, she enjoys working out, sketching, and playing with her daughter and mini-dachshund, Goliath.
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