​​6 Indoor Activities to Bond with Your Kids

6 Indoor Activities to Bond with Your Kids

Staying indoors with kids doesn’t mean that you can’t have fun. Regardless of the reason for staying inside, there are still plenty of enjoyable activities that can keep your children busy and entertained, preventing boredom from setting in. 


Coming up with activities for the first day of staying inside the house is easy, but you might run out of ideas by the second or third day. In such cases, you can refer to our list of 6 screen-free games, which provide fun, simple, and engaging ways to play.

1. Cooking or Baking Adventure

Get your kids involved in the kitchen by cooking or baking together. Choose simple, kid-friendly recipes, like homemade pizzas, cookies, or pancakes. Let them measure ingredients, mix, and decorate. Cooking together is not only fun but also a valuable life skill.

2. Art and Craft Time

Set up a designated art and craft corner in your home with a variety of supplies like coloured paper, markers, crayons, glue, and scissors. Spend quality time with your kids by creating artwork together. You can make greeting cards, paint rocks, or start a family scrapbook. It’s a great way to encourage creativity and imagination.

3. Indoor Obstacle Course

Design an indoor obstacle course using furniture, pillows, and other household items. Challenge your kids to navigate through the course, crawl under tables, jump over cushions, and so on. Time them and make it a friendly competition. It’s a fantastic way to encourage physical activity and creativity.

4. DIY Science Experiments

Discover the wonders of science with fun and safe experiments. You and your kids can create a volcano using vinegar and baking soda, make a rainbow with a glass of water and a flashlight, or grow crystals. Not only do these experiments entertain, but they also educate. Engage your children in the exciting world of science and watch their curiosity grow.

5. Play Twister

On a rectangular plastic mat with four rows of sizable coloured circles in the colours of red, yellow, blue, and green, Twister is played. It has a spinner that the player uses to choose which colour to place their hand or foot on. It is against the rules to remove one’s hand or foot from the selected circle before it is their turn.

6. Indoor Camping


Want to experience nature without leaving your house? You can set up a temporary setting in your living room! Build tents or blanket forts, share tales around a “fire” (lanterns or candles), and enjoy marshmallows and hot dogs.

Take Away

Keep in mind that being completely engaged and involved is the key to building a strong bond with your kids throughout these activities. Put away your phones and other distractions and concentrate on having fun and forming deep connections with your kids. These indoor activities offer a great chance to construct enduring memories and to tighten the links among your family.

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