When you have kids, it’s sometimes hard to think of ways to keep things interesting at home. There’s only so much Sesame Street or block building a kid is willing to do in the span of a week.
Thank goodness for Anna Luther’s new eBook, 75 Ways to Have More Fun at Home.
Luther’s suggestions for finding new and inventive activities to do with your children at home is practical and smart. I loved reading through and deciding which activities my kids would love most (because, honestly, all of them are great!).
Some of the fun ideas Luther has are things we already do here at home. The Animal loves to help me with the laundry (#20). Miss Sassy Pants is great at putting the recycling in the correct bins (#21). Last summer, I even had Miss Sassy Pants become a pen pal with my friends’ children in close-but-not-close-enough cities (#51).
One of my favorite ideas that Luther suggests would be great for the Animal when I’m sure he won’t eat everything he comes across. Sensory Trays (#31) filled with multiple items that the kids can play with would make his day. He’d love playing with random shapes and sizes of noodles, rice, and other similar things. This is one of the 75 Fun Things that I’ll be trying the next day we’re cooped up because of rain or cold weather.
You can purchase your own copy of Anna Luther’s new e-book by clicking: 75 Ways to Have More Fun at Home. It’s only $3.99! That’s a steal.
Disclaimer: I was given a copy of this eBook to review. There was no other compensation. All opinions are my own.