Hide and Seek

I think everyone has played hide and seek at one point or another, but you can also turn it into a treasure hunt where you hide an object instead of yourself. Walk around with your child to look for the secret treasure. You can let them know if they are getting closer or farther away if they are getting frustrated.

I’ve even seen games that you can buy, like a puppy game that comes with six puppies that you hide around the house and you can hide clues about where they are too. But why buy the game when you can use stuff around the house?

An Open Letter to Parents Working From Home with Young Kids

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Annie Tandy
Annie loves making great memories with her kids and started Kidlist in 2011 so she can help others do the same! Besides finding fun and exciting things to do, Annie, her husband, and their kids enjoy caring for their chickens and hanging out with them in the backyard. Click here to read about Annie's chickens and see pictures! She also finds joy in gardening, home improvement projects, knitting, soap making, and painting along with being active in her community, church, and as a board member of the Western Springs Business Association. Click here to follow Annie on Instagram.

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