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Things to do at home with the kids

If you’re staying inside more at the moment, or you’re thinking of things to do with the kids at home during the holidays, here are some crackers! Well, not actual crackers – more like crafts, science experiments and games. We’re sure they’ll keep them – and you – entertained!

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Make Your Own Holiday Snow Globes

How cute are these snow globes! Kids can get busy creating and sculpting their own seascape from modelling clay. This activity works double time because handmade snow globes make great gifts for friends and family.Things for kids to do at home - make your own holiday snow globes

Kids First Botany – Experimental Greenhouse Kit

Raising a little green thumb? Mix your child’s passion for plants with a STEM lesson by creating an experimental greenhouse. Budding botanists will love getting their hands dirty with this biological science experiment kit.

Gardening kit for kids

Jenga Bridge

Do you remember playing Jenga as a child? Make family memories with your children with this twist on the classic family game. This swinging version of Jenga will have everyone on the edge of their seats.

Sticker Book

So many little ones love stickers. So many parents love these reusable sticker books! Let your child’s imagination flow – and enjoy the peace and quiet that comes with it – with these reusable sticker story boards.

Charades for Kids

Put your little ones in the spotlight with this family classic. Dad might even join in too! This game has age-appropriate cards that kids of all ages and abilities can act out.Things to do with kids at home - Charades


Get them outside with this century-old family favourite. You can even play this version on your patio. Pentanqué is a French boules game that offers hours of competitive family fun!Things to do with kids at home - petanqué


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