Make duct tape out of duct tape
Electrical tape can also be used as an alternative to crayons.
"Draw" a field for classics or any other game - it will keep your child busy for a long time.
You will get interesting and colorful drawings if you paint with food coloring on liquid glue
As a "canvas", you can use plastic lids from sour cream or cheese.
Another way to introduce your child to creativity with bubble bags, paints and a drawing paper (an old piece of wallpaper will work as well):
Build a tower of cut sponges
This activity will temporarily calm the noisy child.
Attach the paper towel sleeve to the wall
If you have a piece of burlap lying around, make a canvas for embroidery out of it
This activity will be useful for developing fine motor skills.
Remember how you drew with sticks in the sand as a child? To reproduce this activity at home, use a box filled with sugar and a pencil
You can print letters and ask your child to redraw them.
Set up a tent city
Make a jet balloon
You will need:
- rope or line (about 2 meters);
- 2 chairs;
- a straw for cocktails;
Pull a rope between two chairs, first passing it through a straw. Inflate a balloon (but don't tie it) and tape it to a straw. Let go of the ball … and launch the rocket!
Arrange a home bowling tournament with improvised items
Microwave the soap and give your child a cloud of soap
Host a tennis competition with disposable plates, ice cream sticks and a balloon
Most importantly, with such a ball, you do not risk breaking the family vase.
Build a cobweb with duct tape
You can use balls from old newspapers as shells.