Boredom Busters for Kids to keep them busy as you are stuck indoors. I have tons of ideas for you to check out below. Activities for kids that can be done indoors when you are not able to get out.
If you are working on homeschooling your kids right now like the rest of us, here are other activities to keep them entertained at the end of the day.
Boredom Busters For Kids
1.) Cute Paper Rainbow from Easy Peasy and Fun
Here is a fun paper craft you can make with your kids. A great way to add a bit of color to their day, and to keep them busy for a bit making their own rainbow.
2.) Drawing on Windows from Darcy Brian
Did you know that you can use chalk markers on a window? Here is a great activity to keep your child entertained for awhile. You will love this fun indoor activity.
3.) Rainbow Soap Foam from Hello Wonderful
A bathtub playtime that will keep your kids nice and entertaining, and allow them to make a mess with an easy cleanup! Give this foam craft a try.
4.) Sensory Bin from Life Over C’s
Here is a sunflower big that is loaded with texture and fun. Give this sensory bin a try for playtime for kids. You can add almost anything into the bin for texture and fun.
5.) Shaving Cream Ocean Fun from Hello Wonderful
Here is another fun activity that is all about the ocean. You could even pair this with a learning activity to enjoy a fun time playing around the home.
6.) Printable Bingo from Stuffed Suitcase
Here is a great printable Bingo for you to print out and play as a family. A fun way to pass the time without having to buy anything to do it.
7.) Slime from Finding Zest
Learn how to make slime without borax. This is easy, colorful and will give you and your kiddos hours of fun. This is a must make slime recipe.
8.) 2 Ingredient DIY Moon Sand Recipe from Happy Mothering
Here is a 2 ingredient recipe that you might already have on hand. Create your own moon sand that allows your kiddos to have fun making and creating all day long.
9.) DIY Squeeze Ball from Bitz and Glitter
Make your own squeeze balls for kids with just a few items in your home. This is a fun activity to keep them busy and allow them to create and follow directions.
10.) Story Stones from Rock Painting Guide
Painting, drawing and creating rocks that you can play with to tell a story and create for endless fun. You can do so many fun images and then the kids can play forever.
11.) Lego Challenge Printable from Artsy Fartsy Mom
Here is a super fun Lego inspired activity that will be fun for kids of all ages. Let them spin the wheel to see what they need to make with a handful of legos.
12.) Feed the Shark Color Sorting from Hunny I Am Home
A fun activity you can do to help learn about color sorting. This is a colorful, fun and easy project to set up and do with your younger kids learning colors.
13.) Lego Bricks from Life Over C’s
Here is another Lego activity that allows your kid to have fun but also learn and work on their counting skills. Print off these sheets and then let them have fun.