Spring break is upon us and, it’s exciting to be free from schedules and homework. However, fear strikes when you realize no school means no routines and nothing for the kids to do all day. But have no fear! There are ways to make your time off fun, maybe even fruitful.
One of my favorite self-care ideas is coloring! There is just something about the simplicity of a new coloring book and the smell and excitement of a new box of colored pencils that calms and resets my mind. And the great thing about coloring is that it can be done almost anywhere whether you have 5 minutes or 5 hours to devote to it.
I just read that 4 in 10 adults reported increased symptoms of anxiety and depression during the pandemic. That’s a lot of stress to handle while parenting, but it’s also wearing us down mentally and physically. I want to share some ideas for a mental health refresh for us and our kids. Us first.
February is American Heart Month and Young Rembrandts is celebrating with an exclusive, free package of Heart Healthy activities in partnership with ActivityHero, Soccer Stars, Little Medical School, and Taste Buds Kitchen! Have fun with a variety of heart-themed activities including art, fitness, cooking, and science of the heart.
As the winter months drag on and our opportunities for activities in public indoor spaces continue to be limited, keeping our right-brain dominant kids busy and entertained at home has become increasingly difficult. If they are going to be using their devices anyway, why not have them watch something both fun and educational.
As if we haven’t been at home long enough, the weather is getting colder and forcing us inside in many parts of the world. I have gathered a list of fun and educational activities to help your family keep busy and occupied at home no matter what the weather looks like.
I’ve gathered an assortment of fun activities to keep your kids busy. And within each category, there are things kids can do independently and things to do as a family.