4 - 7 Years Old
8 - 12 Years Old
Activites & Promotion
Language: B. Malaysia
Activities for Parents and kiddos
Cut up carrots, tomatoes or other fruits and vegetables, and help your child arrange the food into pictures on a large plate. Both of you can then use the food to create different characters and proceed to eat them after! You can use olives for eyes, cucumber slices for wheels and lettuce for windows. It’s a good opportunity for your kid to eat vegetables too! ;)
Make your own bubble solution by mixing one part dishwashing detergent with 10 parts water, and a little corn flour or corn syrup so the bubbles holds together.
Your child can use almost any open-ended object to make bubbles, including the rings from a six-pack of soda or a clothes hanger (with sharp ends bent back for safety). Try having a small competition to see who makes the biggest bubbles.
Pitch a small tent by placing blankets over carefully arranged furniture. Then pull out the sleeping bags, pillows, cushions and cookies & milk. Then, bring torch lights in to create that campfire effect. With the lights, you can have shadow play with a bedtime story before tucking your child to sleep.
It’s the monsoon season, taking opportunity of the rain while stuck indoors, you and your child can each select a droplet on the window pane and cheer it on as it reaches the bottom of the window. Include flags and pom poms too for the fun of it!
Head to an outdoor pavement and using chalk (we suggest IKEA’s MALA chalk), write out alphabets and numbers on the ground. Then, armed with a spray bottle, shout out a number or alphabet for your child to run to spray it in a given time. Good practice for them to learn the alphabets and numbers too. You can even up it to make equations for math learning.