Want a fun way to play with superstitions and get kids active at the same time?
Set up a superstition obstacle course. It’s a fun way to get kids outdoors, keep them moving and play with the myths of good luck and bad luck at the same time.
Why Set Up a Superstition Obstacle Course?
A superstition is a belief that certain things change people’s luck. Are they real, or are they just myths? This obstacle course will put 13 common superstitions to the test and challenge your family’s physical abilities, too.
Whether you’re superstitious or not, you and your family will have a great time as you set up your obstacle course, talk about good luck and bad luck charms and compete for the best time (or personal best) through the games.
Or would they rather stay inside, glued to the TV or computer?
Want to fix that?
In this article I’ll share 10 ways to lure your kids outside for some fun spring activities and inspire them to stay and play for a while.
Why Outdoor Activities?
It’s important for our children to be involved in outdoor activities and spring is a perfect time to find some fun things to do outside.
After staying inside out of the cold all winter, the change in weather can bring a few challenges: How can you pull your kids away from their electronics? What will entice them to go outdoors? And will they stay there long?
Kids spend enough time inside at school as it is. So, when they have spare time and a beautiful day, it’s important to have some fun outdoor activities ready to go.
Here are 10 items that can help.
Got chalk and water?
Then you have the makings of a fun activity to get your kids outdoors.
In this article I’ll show you how to turn a few hours outside into a chalk art extravaganza.
All for the price of a box of sidewalk chalk.
Why Chalk Art With Water?
Chalk art combined with water is a simple idea that requires little planning and is practically free but yields priceless rewards.