This year I am bring you the “Best of…” series so that I can pull up some of my favorites from the past. I want the content I have available at Meaningful Mama to be easily accessible. Today I am focusing on “Best of Meaningful Mama Kid Activities.” These are meant for toddlers, preschoolers and beyond. I have all kinds of activities to find here, so you can hover over my kids tab to see ALL that is available, or you can click here to visit my non-craft activities. I want to help you engage with your child in fun and intentional ways. I hope some of these inspire wonderful memories with your kids.
Best of Meaningful Mama Kid Activities
The Oreo Games – This was a group of games I put together to have fun with Oreos. There were a bunch of challenges and relays, and it was a blast for my kids.
DIY Lifesaver Lollipops – These are not only easy and fun to make, but they are delicious to eat.
Marshmallow Picking – This fun idea was made up by my dad, and all the grandkids look forward to marshmallow picking season at their house.
Water Obstacle Course – Our water obstacle course was a day filled with delight. The kids had a blast running through the different components of the course.
Color Search – Younger kids will have fun learning their colors with this activity that can be done around the house or yard.
Getting Kids Moving – Here’s a fun exercise game that will help get some of those wiggles out in a healthy way.
Grocery Store Scavenger Hunt – Come download this free printable that will help keep your kids occupied next time you are at the grocery store.
Indoor Gunny Sack Races – Here’s a perfect activity for a rainy day.
Tweezer Sorting – Here’s a fun activity that focuses on fine motor skills.
3D Shape Making – Come see how to create 3D shapes using two supplies you probably already have at home.
Buried Treasure Hunt – Are you kids ready to go dig for buried treasure? This will keep them occupied for a long time.
Ten Bean Bag Games for Kids – Here’s a great resource for bean bag fun!
Borax-Free Gak – I just recently made some more of this. The ingredients are so simple, and the kids love the sensory experience.
Nature Bracelets – In the spring, you can head out with your kids to make nature bracelets.
Chocolate Swirl Lollipops – These tasty lollipops are easy and fun for kids to make.
Blind Taste Tasting – This activity is a great sensory idea for kids.
Glow Stick Bath – We just did this fun activity again last night.
Make Your Own Boogers – Want to really gross kids out? You’ll be a hit with this recipe.
Shaving Cream Bath Fun – Bath time is so much better when you add a bit of shaving cream paint.
Let It Ooze – Kids are going to love this one!
Man! going through all these makes me want to go back and do all of them over again. Actually, I think I might do just that.