Are you looking for something to do with your child? Here’s our library of suggestions to keep your child busy and engaged. Perfect for long weeks in isolation, rainy days, stay at home days and days where you just can’t work out what to do with them!

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Art and craft

Art and craft

Whether it's a rainy day or you are in isolation due to a global pandemic here are some great art activities for your child. Online art classes Art Hub for Kids on YouTube. We hadn’t even heard of this channel until a couple of weeks ago and we have been using it...

Staying active

Staying active

Online classes P.E. with Joe Cosmic Kids Yoga GoNoodle Games to play at home to get kids active Indoor obstacle course Scavenger hunts - see here for some kid friendly scavenger hunts. The Lava Game Roll the Dice exercise Balloon Keepy Uppy Learn/practice how to catch...

Sensory and imaginary play

Sensory and imaginary play

Chalk art Build a road and a city Water play Senses scavenger hunt Make bubbles Build a fort Mud kitchen Flower petal soup   Chalk art Let's face it, now we are inside most of the time our highlight of the day is heading outside for our daily exercise. Let's...

Indoor and outdoor scavenger hunts

Indoor and outdoor scavenger hunts

Either get your child to collect the things they find and bring them back to you or you could let them take photos on your phone once they find them.  If you get them to physically make a pile of goodies, offer them a treat if they put it all back where it belongs or...

Parks in the Hills with bike and scooter paths

Parks in the Hills with bike and scooter paths

We've compiled a list of parks in the Hills that have a bike path for your little ones. Some are on the smaller side which is good for learners. Some are bigger for the more confident kids.  In or near the Hills Balcombe Heights Estate, Baulkham Hills Balcombe Heights...

Kid Friendly Bushwalks in the Hills

Kid Friendly Bushwalks in the Hills

Bushwalks are a great family outing for many reasons. Firstly, you’re outdoors so if you pick a good day for it, it can prove a stunner! Secondly, it gives all the family a chance to be technology free for a few hours, with no distractions and not much else to do but...

Occupying little ones with independent activities

Occupying little ones with independent activities

Many of us will now be juggling school from home and some of us will be juggling work on top of that - we don't know how long this will last and it's far from an ideal situation! The age group of 3 years to 5 or 6 years is particularly tricky as most tasks require...