Keep your kids entertained everywhere

Whatever the weather – sunny or humid– you can keep your children entertained with great activities both inside and outside the house. So where to start? Outside of course, it’s a beautiful day book an activity somewhere where the kids would go wild.

Whatever the weather – sunny or humid– you can keep your children entertained with great activities both inside and outside the house. So where to start? Outside of course, it’s a beautiful day book an activity somewhere where the kids would go wild.
Cool down with color
It’s hot outside, so what do you need? Ice! Grab an ice cube tray, fill it with a mixture of half water, half watercolor paint, pop it in the freezer and leave it to freeze. Don’t get it confused with your frozen juice, though!When it’s done, put paper down in the garden and let your kids draw their favorite shapes with the ice paint. Watch the colors mix as the ice melts.
Safe Spray Painting
Get yourself some washable safe paint and a squirty bottle.Add 1 tablespoon of the paint, 1 cup of hot water, ½ a cup of cornstarch and a squirt of dishwashing liquid into the bottle, shake it up well and hand it over.Now your kids can squirt paint all over themselves and the garden. Don’t worry about the mess, it’ll all wash off easily enough. When the kids are done, just drop their clothes in a regular wash with Tide and they’ll come out as if nothing has happened.

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Treasure Hunting
A treasure hunting game isn’t just a great way to keep kids entertained, it’s a great way to get them to tidy up! Find everything not in the right place and create a map of them all. That is if you can find them all, who knows what the back of the sofa hides.Send your kids off to find those lost items and return them to their rightful place. At the very end of the map, hide something cool for them to find.
Shining Bath-time
At the end of the day, it’s bath time. Some kids love bath-time, some hate it. There’s one way to guarantee success, though.Get your hands on some glow in the dark paint (around 36 SAR) and a UV black light bulb (about 45 SAR) and set up a glow in the dark bathtub! The paint is perfect for kids and completely safe, so get the bath running and pour some paint in. Turn off the main lights and your kids will find themselves sitting in a bright, shining bath! They can even create glow in the dark art, just add some washable “school” glue to some paint and let them paint it anywhere: it’ll wash off easily afterwards. Who knows what art they’ll create, though: you may want to keep your painting portraying you and the entire family having fun.