Do you have a Bored Jar? If not now is the perfect time to introduce them into your family. With millions of children being at home and many parents trying to work from home a bored jar is a fabulous resource for busy parents. So we have gathered together all our activity lists and printables for bored Jars.
Bored jars are great for empowering your children to keep themselves occupied. Often their first response is to say I am bored and often they just need an idea of what they can do next. This is partly down to living in such a scheduled world.
You can make your bored jar out of anything. I am lazy so printed out our activities and popped them in a jar, but some people use lolly sticks like this one from The Frugal Family.
I am a fan of including chored in your bored jar, that way you get some work done around the house too.
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What a great idea…during lockdown we need to be creative!
The pottytrainingbox helped me a lot, in just 7 days my child was potty trained:) Have a look online http://www.pottytrainingbox.com
This is genius, started this at the weekend – was brilliant to make me sit down and really think of all the fun things we/the kids can do – the kitchen floor got washed for the first time in weeks, it was sparkling / flooded but we had a good time!
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