If you have older kids who are heading back to school and leaving their younger siblings behind, they’ll be some adjusting to do at first! You can help keep your younger children busy by trying these 13 things to do together after the big kids go back to school.With these ideas, your little ones will be too busy having fun to miss their siblings too much! And they’ll be so proud to show off what they’ve made once school is over!
This colorful weaving activity is lots of fun- and helps your child practice their fine motor skills!
This game is so simple- all you need is paper plates and your imagination! But your kids will love jumping from plate to plate, especially if you join in too!
Reading to your child seems like a simple activity. But if you follow these tips for how to read to your child, it can make the experience even more enjoyable for you both!
Why not try making some DIY jewelry together? You could even make coordinating pieces for each of you!
International travel takes tons of time and money! But with this educational activity, you can travel around the world in one day!
Let your toddler have fun mixing the colorful oobleck, and then turn it all fizzy! So fun!
Basic blocks take on a whole new dimension when you play on a mirror!
This fun activity comes in two parts- first a color scavenger hunt and then a colorful collage to hang on the wall!
Don’t throw away those old jeans! Turn them into roads for your child’s toy cars!
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Celebrate the older siblings’ return to school with these adorable back to school snacks!
Wow- you can make your own backyard climber with a couple of old tires and some paint!
Even if your little ones aren’t in school yet, they can still do a fun science experiment! They’ll love watching the swirls form on the top of the milk!
You’ve probably tried finger paint before, but have you tried finger paint you can eat?!