This is their summer vacation and you can’t stop the kids from playing. If your kids are one to three years old of age, you can just buy some items from this online baby store in Malaysia for them. It will help you to add more fun with your children and you will not be the only source of entertainment. But if the children are above the age of three, what can you do? You want them to play, but you also want them to be safe. Why not let your children and their friends enjoy indoor games? In any case, for this generation of children, indoor games are electronic games or mobile games. However, as a parent, you can show them the games of your time. When you were young, you had fun playing those indoor games and fighting with your brothers and sisters, didn’t you? So, teach your kids the same! You can also try puzzle games because they will help your child’s development and mental health.
- Magical Papa (or Mama)
Be your child’s exclusive Harry Houdini, of course, without locks, chains, or water tanks. Just place a coin under one of the three cups and move the cup. Then ask your child to guess which cup contains the coin. Clever parents can put the cup near the edge of the table and then strain a coin. When your kids found out that the coin was missing, they were shocked!
- Tape Shape Game
Use this tape to place various shapes, letters as well as/or numbers on the floor. Let your child stand where he likes the most, and give him instructions, which will take him to the next destination (for instance: “Bear climbs to a square”, “Jump to T like a frog”, “Run to a rectangle”.)
- Touch and Feel Boxes
This is an excellent indoor game that allows children to focus on touch in such a visual world. Train your mind to associate different information with the appearance of objects. First, put the interesting object in the container. The child should reach out and take it and recognize it by touching it. Shoeboxes are ideal because they are easy to cut with scissors and do not allow light to get through. Making boxes is part of the fun for children to decorate them, be sure to cut a child-sized hand hole on the side of the box in advance. Put one item in each box and let your child take turns guessing which items are. Encourage questions and provide clues as needed.
- Life-Size Drawings
It’s really fun to do this with the kids at home! Glue a pile of A4 paper together (or even better if you have a large roll of paper!) and place it on the floor. Encourage the children to lie on it and outline its body with a pen. From this point on, there is no way to stop children from being creative: colour the characters, add accessories to the characters (such as stickers or stamps), design clothes cut out of old materials or other things you can find in the art drawer. Children will have a lot of fun with life-size prints, and you may have something very special to decorate the walls of the bedroom in the future.