“Mom, I’m bored…” It’s the phrase that every busy mom hates to hear! Why? Because it means that you have to take a break from whatever it was that you were doing and think up a fun way to entertain the kids. If you’re like most moms, your mind is so preoccupied with other things, it’s just really hard to think of something for them to do on the spot.
You probably know that there are lots of ideas of things that your kids can do when they are bored. Why can’t you think of them when you need them? Now you don’t have to. This blog is so full of ideas that you need to keep it in your number one spot on your list of computer favorites.
A Shopping Mall of Ideas
Our site is the one-stop shopping mall of ideas that are creative, entertaining, and fun. The site has ideas for those gloomy, rainy days where you feel cooped up indoors with nothing to do.
It’s also a place where you can get some ideas to help run off some energy with some adventurous, outdoor fun activities. Are you thinking that you need to get out and about to do some exploring outside of your home and neighborhood? We have some great ideas for that too!
Do you have a few extra dollars in the entertainment fund for the month? Learn about the coolest places to go where you can spend an afternoon of fun. You don’t need to fret if there is no budget for putting together fun activities on a slim or non-existent budget. This site offers you plenty of ideas that won’t break your budget.
Lots of Entertaining Ideas
What kid doesn’t love a theme park? Our site shows you how to find discount coupons and take advantage of special group discounts to make getting to that theme park attainable and affordable.
Are you stuck inside on a dreary day? Pull out some board games, invite some friends or the neighbor kids over to play some games. Ask them to drop their cell phones and electronic games in a box by the door. Set up some card tables and chairs with a different board game on each table. You might even set up a healthy competition with prizes from the local dollar store. Put out some fresh juices and healthy snacks for munching. Find the how-to’s for a successful board game day on the pages of this site.
Perhaps you’ve lived in your town for many years, but do you know the history behind how your town got started? Do you know who first settled in your area or what they did for a living? Learn how to find older locals who remember what it was like to live “back in the day” and set up an interview with them. Teach your kids how to preserve the interview with an audio or video recording.
Have your kids ever had the opportunity to give back? Find out about ways that even the youngest of children can give back by giving a few hours of community service.
You’ll want to stop back daily to check out the stream of new ideas to keep your home a “bored-free zone” every day of the year.