Anyways, those of you who have been following our 30 Days of Play Challenge here are some fun Valentine’s day crafts and activities for your kids to enjoy. If you’re not familiar with what I am talking about here’s a quick recap but you can get all the info here and why I was inspired to start this. You will also find a free printable so you can keep all your activities in one place on your fridge.
As I mentioned before you can choose to do 30 Days of Play however you want. I’m all about tweaking things so they work for you and your family so mix up the activities however, you wish and doing them once or five times a week. I’m doing two days a week. What are you going to do? I will start off our challenge with a Mom Mantra, Mom Tip and then our activities.
- Don’t forget to use the hashtag #30DaysofPlay and share about your time together on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter or whatever other favorite social media you use.
- Play is contagious so let others know and inspire them to do the same by sharing this post, so they can join along in the play!
- You can also join our FREE Carpe Diem- Family Style Facebook Group – where you will find more encouragement and ideas because they grow up and are gone in the blink of an eye—so let’s be intentional about making each day count by seizing the moments with our children no matter what age they are and what phase of life they are in.
Mom Mantra – Take control of your attitude.
Mom Tip – To get rid of those grumpies, laugh and giggle with your kids and think about one thing that they do to put a smile on your face.
Baby Friendly Games & Activities for Family Night This Week Days 26-30 (These activities work well with babies who are 2 years old and older and can sit up and get around. If you have older kids 3-9 years old they will enjoy these activities as well.)
26 Share with them an experience that made you feel so lucky and ask them. Then design and make a Lepreuchan trap. ~via Planet Smarty
27 This Magic Milk activity is really simple and you probably have all the supplies in your kitchen. ~via Life Lesson Plans
28 Bake with your little one. I’ve been baking with my little one since he was 2. He loves it! Make lamb cupcakes. ~via Meaningful Mama
29 Enjoy a fun lunch or dinner together. ~via Mom and Munchkins
30 Painting Ice Rocks – Is it cold in your neck of the woods? Well, Play Dr. Mom has a fun activity, check it out here.
And now for our link up as always feel free to link up your 30 Days of Play activities below or any other activities that you’ve enjoyed doing with your kids or for yourself. It can be: recipes, educational, inspiring post, kid’s activities…