They have so many fun games to play with your children that are age appropriate.
This is what I plan on playing with my 4 yr old this week:
- Balloon Bash
- Sock Toss
- Bedtime Treasure hunt (for bedtime-cooperation...soo cute!)
- Follow the helpful leader ( to make cleanup fun)
- And Look on the Bright Side How to play: Start telling a story in which something negative happens ("One day Steve was feeling cranky because it was too hot outside"). Ask one child to continue by describing a positive turn of events. For instance, "The good thing was, there was a nice, cool lake nearby for taking a dip." The next player then introduces another negative idea, which is answered by a positive one from the next player.
What it teaches: Optimism.
I also have so many new crafts to do with her. These summer days are getting longer and I'm getting more tired now that I am in the last trimester. Anything to allow me to SIT in the cool air conditioning and still keep my daughter entertained is a win-win.
Love and laughter,
Kerry, the Momster