By Karen Johnson, Lynn Gordon
Filled with artistic feedback for either indoor and open air actions, this illustrated deck will supply concept while boredom moves. attempt Treasure Hunt, mystery Writings, technological know-how Cubes, and Nature Wind Chimes. excellent for any day—rain or shine—these playing cards will continue young ones engaged and entertained.
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Take the items out and count them. Place them back into the container and put the top on. 3. Ask your friends and family to guess how many of the items are in the container. Keep track of everyone’s guess on a piece of paper. Take the container to school and ask your classmates and teachers. See which method of estimation is the most accurate. 4. After the guessing is complete, reveal the answer and give the winner the container with the items to keep. Materials: Calculator; Paper; Pencil 1. Add up the birth dates of your friends and family (someone born on June 11th in 2000 would have a number of 6 + 11 + 2000).
Glue each picture to one side of a used plastic or juice-can lid. If you don’t have any lids, use squares of cardboard. 3. Turn all of the lids picture-side down and arrange into rows. 4. Take turns with a friend and flip the lids over two at a time to find matching pairs. The person with the most pairs wins the game. Materials: Newspaper; Masking tape; Timer or clock; Trash bag If you ever get the urge for a snowball fight without the cold weather, try this game for indoor fun. Gather two stacks of newspaper and some friends into a big room.
Take turns seeing how many items you can put on before 5 minutes are up. Use a clock or timer to keep track of time. 3. After each turn, take off all of the clothing and pile it up for the next person. 4. Alternately, make piles with an equal number of items and race to see who can put them all on first. Materials: Paper; Pencil; Notebook; Tape Before going on a walk outside, create a list of opposites to find, including the biggest and smallest flowers, the longest and shortest leaves, the heaviest and lightest sticks, the fastest and slowest animals, the prettiest and ugliest plants, the fastest and slowest rolling acorns (try rolling them down a small hill), the loudest and quietest sounds, and so on.
52 Series: Boredom Busters for Kids by Karen Johnson, Lynn Gordon
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