Riddles and tongue twisters
Let the silliness ensue with this great on-the-go activity that teaches children to spot language quirks and practise their speech skills. What’s great about this activity is that there’s no wrong method – kids are simply encouraged to have fun with it! Expect lots of laughter with this riddles and tongue twisters activity!
An activity that’s both fun in set-up and in play, building an obstacle course outside is a great way for your children to get creative, active and, well, maybe a bit messy, too! Household items can be used for this fun activity, from cardboard boxes to cushions, pots and pans to chairs! Why not give it a go? Obstacle course activity.
Give your kids a chance to take over the family playlist – with a twist! Kids will become your very own resident DJ, complete with song selection, announcements, ‘dial-in’ interviews and more! This activity will test their social and communication skills while having a blast at the same time with our Radio DJ activity!
It’s a tried and tested classic, and simple to boot, but the joy and laughter that Snap creates is undeniable. It’s a simple matching game full of excitement, and will test your children’s reactions and reflexes. Grab a pack of cards and give it a go – or better yet, why not encourage your kids to make their own pack of cards with paired illustrations? How to play snap.