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There’s 20 different options – indoors, outdoors, crafting, gross motor… whatever your child is feeling.
Using the short supply list and instructions from the action pack.
It’s time for hours of play for them, and maybe even reading a book alone (!) for you.
Because Mama doesn’t have time for a Pinterest-worthy preschooler craft.
Don’t feel like cleaning paint off every surface of your home? This is just what you need.
Use what you already have (instead of searching craft shops for hard-to-find supplies.)
My fourth child was born Janurary 2020, just a few months before everything shut down, and suddenly, my older kids were home 24/7.
Like so many of us, I needed a way to keep my kids busy (without them just playing video games all day).
So I scoured the internet and spent hours (yes, really) looking for easy to set-up, easy to clean up activities for my kids. And then, I organized them to make it really easy for myself.
And then I realized, “Other moms need this too!” So the DIY Kid’s Activities Action Pack was born.
(That’s lifetime access for less than what you spend on one toy that’s going to be forgotten in two weeks…)
This pack was built for moms of toddlers to elementary students who just need some help with their kids.
In DIY Activities, I’ve done all the hours (yes, hours) of legwork for you.
I weeded out all those activities that just don’t work and only kept the ones that are simple, while still providing tons of play.
The winners have been set up in a board with everything in one place. No clicking on a list of “20 best activities” only to be sent to 20 more websites.
Each activity comes with a simple supply list, set-up instructions when needed, and instructions.
These 22 activities (enough for something new every day for 3 weeks) are easily adapted to fit kids from toddlers to third grade, so they’ll be a hit with the whole family.
Plus, you get automatic updates. So whenever I add new activities to the list, you have immediate access to them.
The DIY Kid’s Activities Action Pack includes 22+ done-for-you instructions and (short) supply lists for each activity. Set up for each activity is generally 8 minutes or less, and they are largely hands-off for you, meaning you can go get stuff done (or just hang out) while knowing your kids are having a good time.
These activities are great for the toddler through elementary school years. My 3-8 year olds have happily spent hours at these activities.
Actually, other than a few toy cars, you really don’t use toys for these activities. Most of them involve household objects being used in novel ways – a great way to captivate your child’s interest!
Most of what you need for the Done For You Kid’s Activities you already have at home – paper, scissors, toilet paper rolls, spoons…
You may need to get a few cheap craft supplies (like pom-poms and pipe cleaners), but it’s all stuff you can easily find on your next Target run.
I created this activity bundle after doing my own search for easy activities on the internet, because it was way harder than it should have been.
Sure, you could spend hours scouring Pinterest for activities for your kids to do. But you’ve probably already done that.
And how many times have you clicked a title like “50 awesome kids activities!” only to find an overwhelming list with ZERO instructions and ZERO organization? Why bother.
And on top of that, most of what you find is either too complicated, more messy than you want to deal with, or requires way more skill than your 3-year-old has.
The whole point of this pack is to buy you a little time during the day, so none of the activities have a long or complicated set-up. And don’t worry, cleanup is easy too (usually as simple as gathering a few supplies into a small storage bin).
You’ve got lifetime access to this activity pack, so you can use it with multiple kids for years to come.
Plus, I usually update it a few times a year, and you’ll automatically get any updates as soon as they’re made.
I mean, my kids (and lots of others) have had hours of fun from this activity pack, so I truly expect that you’ll love it.
With that said, if after you get in you think, Nah, this isn’t for me and my kid, you’ve got one week from purchase to request a full refund.
Grab yourself time to get those emails written, smash your workout, fold your laundry, or even just read a book without being interrupted every 47 seconds.
Don’t worry, your kids will be playing, thinking, and discovering while you do what you need to do.