50 Activities You Can Do At Home With Your Kids

50 Activities You Can Do At Home With Your Kids | Twin Cities Mom Collective

Stuck at home due to weather? Maybe your monthly budget doesn’t allow for a trip to the zoo. No matter the reason, there is always plenty of fun to be had right at home. 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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