Fun Rainy Day Activities for Kids & Indoor Games
These Googly Eyes are sorted by size in a box, the box is transparent and easy to carry. And the stickers are easy to peel off, you can stick them on any places. The assorted wiggle eyes are made of high-quality plastic. Each piece is carefully selected, you can use it safely. So, get to craftin'!
Knock the Balls Down Nerf Target Game - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Here’s a simple Nerf game that you can put together in 5 minutes from stuff in the recycling bin! I recycled the cardboard box from our Pumpkin Patch Counting game and made this fun Nerf target. Shoot the balls and make them fly off the cardboard tubes! We used our lightweight plastic ball pit balls […]
How to Make a Nerf Spinning Target - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
How to Make a Nerf Spinning Target - Fun game for a Nerf birthday party! Great boredom buster too.
This Is SO COOL! (Pun Intended) These Easy Science Activities Give Your Kids Queen Elsa’s Frozen Powers
Give your kids Disney Frozen powers! Channel Queen Elsa's powers with these easy Frozen crafts turned science experiments! A great science less and so much fun!
4 Engineering Challenges for Kids (Cups, Craft Sticks, and Cubes!) - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Here’s a simple open-ended building activity for kids of all ages – Colored craft sticks, wooden cubes, and small plastic cups! Simple materials, and yet we have been having a blast building all kinds of amazing structures with them. This project is the second project in our Summer STEAM Camp series! This week, we are […]
Spinning Nerf Targets - DIY Cardboard Toy - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Here’s a new spin (ha!) on a Nerf target game for kids! We transformed a cardboard trifold display board into a spinning target shooting gallery for Nerf. It’s not necessary to buy the display board – you can just use whatever cardboard you have on hand. But I do think that the display board made […]
Indoor Activities for Kids
We LOVE winter time at our house…but by the time February rolls around, winter can feel REALLY long. Some winters are worse than others and sometimes you can feel cooped up in your own home. Here are some great activities that you can do with your kids to keep them entertained and to keep you from going stir-crazy. Almost all of these indoor activities for kids can be created with items you may already have in your home.
Magnet Powered Car | Playful Science
Make science fun and playful by making a magnet powered car! Make a road and see if you can push/pull your car in the right direction without touching it by using the invisible power of magnetism. This STEM activity is perfect for kids of all ages and can be turned into a science experiment by adjusting a variable.
DIY Corner Bookmark Crafts (Paper Crafts)
We adore making Bookmarks and these corner bookmarks are GREAT fun to make and give. So many different designs for all seasons - with more to come (check back regularly!!!!). From Bunny Bookmarks for Easter, to Minion Bookmarks for Minion fans. I adore the Monster version too.
Q-Tip War - Youth Group Game - Youth Workin' It
Q-Tip War (or Cotton Bud War for my fellow Brits) is a youth work game that’s great for your entire youth group, no matter how how many young people you have. Equipment Masking tape / duct tape Drinking straws (enough for one per person and wide enough to fit Q-Tips inside) Q-Tips (cotton buds) – […]
37 Fun Circle-Time Games and Activities: A Must for Any Teacher
Need ideas for circle time? Here are 37 fun games to play with your primary-school students. Be warned—the laughter will be contagious!