Keeping them busy with fun things to do at home is the key to keeping the peace. After they've played with all the toys, watched all the best kids' movies on Netflix , reached maximum screen-time consumption, and devoured all the snacks have they always been this hungry? Where to begin? Just look around your house. Take those art supplies that are scattered all over and gather them into one official kids' art hub. Challenge them to create a "gallery" complete with their own art show.
Getting everyone in a group to agree on what to do can be tricky. Some people might want to relax, some people might want to try something new, and some people might not want to do anything at all. We can help give you options, since we've got a stockpile of deals on fun group activities for adults. And who knows? You might even pick up some new hobbies along the way. If there's one thing that binds all of us together, it's our love of a good meal. And who hasn't dreamed of creating an intricate dinner from scratch, roasting their own coffee beans, or canning their own preserves?
Stuck at home or run out of options of things to do besides a walk given that everything is closed? This post has you covered with fun things to do some indoor and some outdoor! Hey AFSF readers! If you missed my first post about college being cancelled, you can read it here.
From small events to big blowouts, we have the food, games and attractions to please everyone on your list. Plus, at Big Thrill Factory , anyone 11 and older can participate! Not a whole lot.