The holidays are great for spending time with the kids, but over the Thanksgiving break, it can be difficult to keep restless children entertained and out of your hair long enough to take a breath.
But with a little planning, your kids can have some structured fun and stay out of trouble.
For older children, Life Hack has compiled a list of ideas to keep your children busy when they’re on extended school breaks:
Find the complete list of Life Hack’s holiday ideas for kids here: http://bit.ly/MOMyJx
For younger kids, 18 months and up, Parenting.com has some pretty neat suggestions that will keep them engaged.
Hand one envelope at a time to the child, along with a glue stick and a blank piece of paper. For a toddler-aged child, he or she can simply paste each item onto the piece of paper.
For a pre-school aged child, he or she can organize photos of similar items in different envelopes.
Find Parenting.com’s complete list of projects for younger-aged kids here: http://bit.ly/Wpv8Jp
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