2. Scavenger Hunt
Make a list of items you have around your house and have your child check the box once they find each item! This is a great way to target vocabulary, following directions, and attention.
Tag is a great way to work on turn-taking with your child!
4. Build and create a city using recycled items
Start by collecting recycled items (cereal boxes, jars, milk cartons, etc.) and have your child create their very own city! This activity targets problem solving, vocabulary, spatial concepts, and play skills.
5. Give your toys a bath!
Fill up the bathtub or sink with water and soap. Have your child give their toys a bath. This promotes play skills, sequencing, and following directions. In return, your child will have clean toys!