March was an exciting month on KiddyCharts! We just wrapped up our 31 Days of Activities event where we brought you some fantastic activities for your kids to do to keep them busy and learning.
This most recent event was a great success, and we had such a varied mix of free activities for kids. From printables to recipes, we have brought you a lot of ideas to keep the kids engaged, busy, and entertained. Today we actually have a calendar for you to keep track of all of the activities that we hosted in our event and have everything all in one spot for you to see at a glance.
You can work through the calendar at your own pace, in any order, or work through it day by day, it’s all up to you. However you decide to work through all of the activities, you can tick off the days as you wish.
There are 31 ideas for you, so we have chosen to organise this with a monthly calendar. However, you can work through them at your own pace or as you wish.
For example, you can work through the calendar in order during summer holiday, or you can use these activities during half term to keep the kids busy!
Here are some of the articles we have for you in our event;
- a nature colour wheel activity to get the kids out in nature,
- a fun and messy dinosaur dig,
- a simple recipe for pizza toast to get the kids in the kitchen, and
- an activity for kids from blended families to keep them both busy during car rides, and help them organise their lives with the Between my Homes booklet.
We like hosting these events to bring you a bigger variety of ideas and wonderful activities from some of the best bloggers around the web to help you with your parenting, homeschooling, or even for all the teachers out there to use these activities in the classroom.
Our activities are great to keep the kids busy and help you carve out some time for yourself to sit with a cuppa and a magazine, for example. It’s so important to have some “me” time isn’t it?
If you are looking for something to read, why not sign up for a one month free trial of Readly? There are so many magazines you can read, and there are loads for kids, too! Which means, you can even create your own reading activities around all of the great titles or join in our 14 day challenge. We have the link to the Readly TWO MONTH free trial for you so just sign up and enjoy!
<< Get your own 31 days of activities calendar by clicking on the circular image below >>
We hope that all of our ideas inspire you to make and create something incredible with your kids. If you want even more inspiration why not check out last years event? You can do so by clicking here < 31 Days of Learning > and why not check out these other posts from the site for inspiration on activities to do with your kids?
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