50 Activities You Can Do At Home With Your Kids

50 Activities You Can Do At Home With Your Kids | Twin Cities Mom CollectiveDuring the current climate of this global pandemic, many of us find ourselves anxious, scared, angry or sad. And that’s okay. Here at TCMC we want to walk along beside you as we traverse these uncertain waters together. In our continued pursuit to resource you as a mom, we’ve compiled some tools for you to use at your leisure.


  1. Use this list of educational resources/apps
  2. Print off coloring sheets
  3. Find Cosmic Kids Yoga on Youtube
  4. Do a stuffed animal scavenger hunt throughout the house
  5. Play flashlight tag
  6. Build a pillow fort
  7. Use tape to create a race track
  8. Have a dance party
  9. Play hide and seek
  10. Create an obstacle course
  11. Go for a nature walk
  12. Find a new family series to enjoy
  13. Listen to a new audiobook
  14. Have a movie night
  15. Make slime 
  16. Set up a pretend restaurant 
  17. Help your kids make a stop motion movie on the iPad
  18. Take a popsicle bath {literally, hand them a popsicle in the tub + call it fun!}
  19. Have your kids count the money in their piggy banks
  20. Paint their nails
  21. Build a Lego castle
  22. Have thirty minutes of quiet reading time
  23. Have your kids write letters to their friends and mail them
  24. Facetime family and friends
  25. Cook a new meal together
  26. Trace letters and numbers on a cookie sheet with shaving cream
  27. Act out a skit
  28. Have a fashion show
  29. Have your kids create an animal hospital with their stuffed animals
  30. Play a board game
  31. Start a puzzle
  32. Teach them a new life skill
  33. Play “I Spy”
  34. Learn a new card game
  35. Make a bird feeder
  36. Eat a meal on the floor and call it a “picnic”
  37. Blow bubbles
  38. Play Charades
  39. Create a bowling lane at home
  40. Start building your summer bucket list
  41. Set 3 goals with your kids for the rest of 2020
  42. Create a time capsule
  43. Find a new musical artist and listen to their albums
  44. Have your kids sort their toys by color, size, shape, etc.
  45. Make masks
  46. Play paper football
  47. Create a favorite family recipe book
  48. Paint a mural and hang it up in your living room
  49. Have each person in your family choose a movie and snack and call it a “family film festival”
  50. Camp out in your living room

Here’s a free printable scavenger hunt! Have fun!

Scavenger Hunt | Twin Cities Mom Collective

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