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Activities Without Technology 

  • Complete a puzzle together.
  • Color or paint what you see outside.
  • Draw a self portrait.
  • Create a comic strip.
  • Write a story.
  • Build things with legos and blocks.
  • Make musical instruments with show boxes and rubber bands.
  • Create a scavenger hunt around the house. You can look for things for each letter of the alphabet, specific shapes, or specific colors.
  • Play outside.
  • Read a book to a sibling, parent, family pet, or even a stuffed animal.
  • Play board games. You could even challenge the kids to create their own board game.
  • Play "minute to win it" type games.
  • Go bowling in the hallway with plastic cups and a lightweight ball. (Don't use glass cups or a ball that is heavy!)
  • Draw a hopscotch game outside and play with your sibling or parents.
  • Move your body for 30 minutes.
  • Let your children help cook. Ask them questions about measurement and sequential order.
  • Use playing cards or number cubes to practice math facts.
  • Practice sorting and counting money with coins.