5 activities kids can indulge in as curfew kicks in

5 activities kids can indulge in as curfew kicks in
The Tingling Finger is a fun way for youngsters to spend their weekend.
By Olivia Sarkar

Children's ability to participate in physical activities and do things that are not confined to their mobile phones has been impacted by the transition from half-day school to having to sit at home all day.

A youngster may participate in a variety of activities without having to leave the house. These activities, of course, have nothing to do with technology devices. We've compiled a list of activities that every child should try:

Monopoly card is a great source of entertainment for both adults and children.Flipkart/wikipedia

Dealing Card Game of Monopoly

The monopoly card is a great source of entertainment for both adults and children. This is a fun card game for the whole family that takes around 15 minutes to play. It's a great and high-quality deck of cards. The 110 cards comprise property cards, rent cards, home and hotel cards, and wild property cards. Players can utilise action cards to do tasks such as charging rent and negotiating shady deals. The usage of housing and hotel cards raises rent prices. Wild property cards are used to create property sets, while money cards are used to pay off debts. To win, you must be the first player to collect three complete sets of different coloured property cards.

Clay Skoodle Art:

One of the most exciting methods for your youngster to express his or her creativity is via clay art. The Skoodle Clay Star Scented Clay Pack aids with the recognition of distinct colours, as well as changes in shape, size, and texture. It comes in 12 different colours, including white, yellow, orange, red, Ruby, pink, light green, dark green, light blue, dark blue, purple, and black, and is made up of four moulds and one multicolor roller. This perfumed skoodle clay kit is appropriate for youngsters aged 3 and above. It's gluten-free, and it's made with ingredients that aren't hazardous to kids' health.

The Tingling Finger is a fun way for youngsters to spend their weekend.Maed/wikipedia

Reading a book with your name on it

Merlinwand's customised book The Tingling Finger is a fun way for youngsters to spend their weekend. The book, written by Dr. John SLight and drawn by Srinidhi Srinivasan, is about exploring the realm of magic and watching as items everywhere shrink and increase. The novel's most exciting feature is the reader's ability to pick the protagonist's name and look. They may also choose from three other themes: birthday party, zoo, or school.

Virtually attending a fun fest:

Extramarks, India's most recognised ed-tech company, is gearing up to host the first-ever 'Extramarks (EM) Weekender,' a two-day learning and leisure event. The virtual event is being intended to be a rich and engaging experience for kids, parents, and educators from the comfort of their homes in order to celebrate learning via Education, Entertainment, and Inspiration. Based on the company's innovative approach to learning that goes beyond traditional classrooms and literature.

Extramark's first annual 'EM Weekender' will make this year's festival extra special by hosting a variety of live sessions in the form of virtual talks and workshops led by renowned storytellers, inspirational achievers, and impact creators in fields such as nutrition, mental health, parenting, creativity, photography, music, entrepreneurship, public speaking, and more. From the 15th to the 16th of January 2022, Extramarks will present a live virtual experience with an incredible lineup of notable impact makers, storytellers, and some inspiring achievers.

(IANS/PR)

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