During the Winter and Spring kids have so many days where they can not go outside, and these days it usually means they will be stationed in front of the television or some kind of electronic device. This bugs me because kids seem to be losing their imagination. So I have compiled a list of 12 games that can be made by kids (with help from adults for smaller kids) with items you can find around the house.
12 Indoor Games for Rainy or Snowy Days
1. Ball Toss
Use buckets for your targets. Mark them on the inside with
chalk or dry erase marker. Now you are ready to
start tossing balls in.
DIY for a Teenager
My daughter has decided she wants to redo her bedroom. She is a teenage girl who is into music, quotes, and all things teenager. She wants to stick to a music theme, but to blend in her unique style. I went on a mad search and found all kinds of projects for her to go through and pick what she liked. She was more than happy to tell me what she wanted to try and what she did not.
What Could I Make for Free??
Super Simple Free Repurposing Project using CD’s
You Will Need:
Piece of Wood
Wrap wood in cloth. Have slot on the top to insert CD’s.
Place CD’s in slot and glue.
(In hindsight I should have glued the CD’s to the outside of the wood. I think it would have not only looked better but given it better support
This was made in under 3 Minutes. There are tons of things you could do to make it look better. Go ahead and USE YOU IMAGINATION !!!!