Want to take that a step further and introduce more ways to bring books to life?
Have a family book adventure and help the stories live on.
Teach your kids to make friends with fictional characters from books and they won’t be bored at all this summer.
In this article I’ll show you six fun ways to create book adventures with fictional characters for lots of family fun. They’ll encourage your kids to read more, stretch their imaginations and play.
Why Explore Fictional Characters?
Summer is a time to relax and have fun with your kids. You may be tempted (and they may be begging) to turn on the TV, video games and other electronic devices to cure your kids’ boredom. But it’s healthier to encourage your kids to connect with fictional characters that don’t require an “on” switch.
Books introduce you to an endless range of incredible fictional characters and give you a peek into places and times you may have never imagined—even whole new imaginary worlds. (Dr. Seuss, anyone?)
Want to make the most of the time you spend with them, even when it’s just a few minutes?
Bring on the boredom-buster activities for kids!
We’ll help you find something fun to do together before they turn on the TV or electronics and tune you out.
The editors of My Kids’ Adventures have searched the web for fun things you can do with your kids in 10 minutes or less.
In this article I’ll share our 10 favorite ways to connect with kids and beat the boredom blues—fast!
Why Make Time for Quick Adventures?
Any time you spend with your kids can be quality time; you just have to find it and fill it with something fun.
Think of those little 10-minute chunks of time in between other things: while you’re driving to and from school, waiting for activities to start or end, having a snack, getting ready for dinner or bed… Often these short slots of time are filled with TV or video games, but you can fill them with fun family activities instead.
There are plenty of mini-adventures you can have with your kids in those short slices of time between other things, so make the most of those little moments. Fill them with something fun before the kids have a chance to check out and get bored.
These boredom-buster activities for kids will make it easy.