Things to do at Home With Kids
I’m sure you’ve probably been whipping out all of your arts and crafts, games, movie choices, books, and more. If you need some extra ideas, here are some awesome ways to get through these next months at home.
If you have ideas of things to do at home please comment below!
Every day for 21 days on the LFF Facebook and LFF Instagram pages we posted fun interactive videos from team members and other exciting people around Michigan. We had so much fun and the challenges truly brightened the days. If you haven’t done these yet, you can still join the fun! If you have and want to do any of them again, you can find all 21 of them here.
Game On! The Best Board Games for a Winning Family Game Night
Step aside movie night, family game night is back and ready to win!
Try These At-Home Activities
Free online family yoga through MSU MI Stronger Family.
Storytime: Follow along with CADL during CADLtales on youtube (special online storytime.) Also, download or stream titles for the entire family through their website.
Watch and hear stories read from actors with Storyline Online.
Do ‘Lunch Doodles’ with Mo Willems!
Join Daily FB Live art videos with McHarpor Manor.
Make art with these sweet painting tutorials.
Try these Indoor activities from BuzzFeed.
Take a Virtual Tour around 12 Famous Museums.
Take a Virtual Tour of national parks.
Make playdough with Martha Stewart’s homemade playdough tutorial.
Go on a nature scavenger hunt.
Have a bed time story read to you by Josh Gad.
Play board games without the board.
Try out some new recipes for baking and meals and have the kiddos help.
Follow along during the LIVE drawing with Ben Clanton in “Let’s Draw and Eat Waffles on March 20.”
Disney Plus is making Frozen 2 available starting March 15th.
Try a FREE art class with Raising Wonder.
Printable 101 at home activities from Hip2Save.
Lockdown diaries, journaling, time capsules and more fun from GRKIDS.
Non-germy Out-of-the-House Fun With Kids
We are limited in where we can or want to go during this time but thankfully it’s starting to get warmer and nicer out each day. This means getting outdoors is an option and Lansing has a few places that are safe to do this.
If you have ideas and places that are non-germy please comment below!
But First, Where Will you pee?
Before you head out for a walk or hike, read this.
Go Disk Golfing:
Lansing has tons of disk golf courses and a perfect way to get out on an adventure with your family while social distancing.
Walk or Hike:
Lansing area Trails and Paths
Meridian Township Trails
Nature Center’s Trails
Go on a bike ride through the above trails or in your neighborhood.
Go on a walk in your neighborhood or around your own backyard.