Fun Games For Kids

So we’re under lockdown and the kids are running out of activities to pass their time. Even though schools have been kind in arranging online sessions or groups of moms have shared some great ideas of keeping the kids involved, there’s still a lot that can be done to keep them busy.

 

We recommend finding things/activities/games that can keep them happy and at the same time add to their productivity. After all, kids nowadays are full of energy and its best to utilize this supercharged ball to something that will keep it happy and include a lot of fun! What’s more, you can join in and have some cool family time too.

 

Here’s a list of some of our most favorite fun games for kids at home, let’s see how many of them have you tried already??

 

  • Pictionary! This is by far the best Fun Games for Kids to be played with the youngsters at home. It can be played with just two people or a group of more. Teams take turns and draw an image that indicates the word the payer pulls out. Ther’s a time limit and the other team members have to guess it. More you guess, more you score.

Why We love it: Can be played by as many people, is productive, requires almost no preparation and can be played by kids of all ages. Bonus! You can join in too.

 

  • Monopoly! Another very popular board game that can be played with many players. You buy land through fake monopoly money, trade it with other players and charge them rent on your built hotels – All of this by just rolling a dice and sitting in your room!

Why We love it:Can be played by as many people, is productive, requires almost no preparation and can be played by kids of all ages. Bonus! You can join in too.

 

 

  • Life! Similar to Monopoly, this is a Fun Games for Kids that revolves

around fictional lives of the players. You roll and reach different milestones in life. Your player gets married, pays bills, has kids and even buys homes to live in. Another one on the popular lisyt, LIFE truly deserves a mention here.

Why We love it:Can be played by as many people, is productive, requires almost no preparation and can be played by kids of all ages. Bonus! You can join in too.

 

  • Taboo! Don’t go on the name, this game is fully charged and can keep your kids involved for a long time. It improves their vocabulary, their acting skills and teaches teamrowk effectively. Players have to guess the word mentioned on the card without using the ‘taboo’ words which are synonyms of that very word.

Why We love it:Can be played by as many people, is productive, requires almost no preparation and can be played by kids of all ages. Bonus! You can join in too.

 

  • Musical Chairs! An old-school game that never fails to entertain. Align a set of chairs and ask the players to run around them whenever the music plays. You know the drill, its fun!

Why We love it:Can be played by as many people, is productive, requires almost no preparation and can be played by kids of all ages. It will get them tired soon. Bonus! You can join in too.

 

  • Reading! One of the best ways to keep your kids busy in a fun way is to inculcate the habit of reading. Try and start with books that are of their interest like comics or fairy tales and gradually build on to other genres. You can entice them with a small prize after they finish their book. It is an excellent way to keep them in the habit.

 

  • Hide & Seek! A little obvious, we know but is still an effective way to occupy the kids at home in safe and fun way. Make sure that the area is kids-proofed first so they don’t end up hurting themselves.
  • Pro Tip: Works best when the kids are fairly young and you can add an element of little dancing to it too!