Thanks Netflix for sponsoring this post & inspiring these Cheap Kid Friendly Indoor Activities
If quarantine is BRINGING YOU and your kidlets to your knees-aka- you are at your wit’s end and your little natives are getting more than restless- what can you do on days when playing outdoors is just not an option?
I’ve got Cheap Kid Friendly Indoor Activities ( because how many days can they play with their Lego?!)
1. Watch NETFLIX!
Need cheap Kid Friendly Indoor Activities that Won’t Break The Bank?! Fortunately we have programming from Netflix to soften the blow. When the threat of boredom looms, Netflix can help parents keep the whole clan excited with 250+ inspiring moments from the epic saga, DreamWorks Trollhunters. And parents, this is no ordinary kids fare… you’re just as likely to get Hooked. And the best part? Kids can take the fun off line and Get inspired with these crafts and a tasty treat!
Keep reading for tips to help you Bring the magic of the troll realm to life with an Aargh approved gemstone candy recipe, plus a DIY sword and armor how-to guide perfect for the Trollhunters in your life.
Bring the magic of the troll realm to life with a DIY sword and armor how-to guide perfect for the Trollhunters in your life.
Bring the magic of the troll realm to life with an Aargh approved gemstone candy recipe
Netflix doesn’t forget those little ones too. For starters there is a Netflix original series available now “Luna Petunia” with help from her magic toy chest, fun-loving Luna Petunia enters the fantastic land of Amazia, where adventures, friendship and learning await.
Also available now is Yo-Kai Watch: The Movie about Nate’s special Yo-Kai Watch which is missing so he travels back in time to meet the watch’s inventor, his grandfather. Together you learn how they must restore history.
No matter what age your kids might be these shows are just a few among the rest of the great programming from Netflix which will help you get through the winter break. And Just in time for long holiday trips, Netflix recently announced that members can now download many of their favorite series and movies at no extra cost. To start downloading today, make sure your Netflix app is updated to the latest version and head to the ‘Available for Download’ menu on your tablet or mobile device. Don’t miss out on all the Netflix movies and series available to take with you, anywhere you go.
2. Catch Up on Reading
Visiting your local library or nearby bookstore may not be an option, but that doesn’t mean you’re stuck with the contents of your bookshelf. E-reader owners have access to thousands of free titles on Project Gutenberg, where you can read directly from your laptop or download a book to your Kindle or Tablet. Many Books also offers free ebooks which you can browse by genre.
3. Get Creative
When it gets too cold for sledding and building snowmen, bring the kids inside for educational activities disguised as arts and crafts. Inkjet Willy, a comparative marketplace for ink cartridges, has a blogpost with free teacher printables featuring games, worksheets and activities that are perfect for a day at home.
Try your hand at drawing comics
4. Do a Deep Clean
Spring feels pretty far away on a snow day, but there’s no better time to get a head start on spring cleaning. By dusting surfaces, scrubbing floors and vacuuming baseboards, you can postpone your cleaning service for a month and save some money. Better yet, make your own cleaning products from scratch with household products like vinegar, baking soda and even baby oil.
5. Collect Clutter for Cash
If cleaning doesn’t inspire you, maybe the prospect of making money will. A snow day represents a great time to go through your closets, junk drawers and storage areas in search of items to sell. We all have too much clutter and much of it can be sold online. For example, clothing can be consigned at RecycleYourFashions.com; miscellaneous items can be posted on eBay; and even gift cards can be sold for cash at GiftCardGranny.com.
6. Organize a Potluck
After a day or two spent indoors, you’ll be eager for some company or a change of scenery. Organize a potluck dinner with your neighbors and prepare a dish from groceries you dutifully stockpiled before the storm. What better way to show off your newly-cleaned house and get some much-needed social stimulation?