Projects to Keep Your Kids Happy & Busy

It’s hard to keep kids busy and happy while practicing social distancing! None of us were prepared to have to entertain our mini-mes for weeks or possibly months on end. And, we definitely don’t want all of their time to be used staring at a screen!


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Here are a few ideas to get your kids off of their phones and engaged in some fun and productive projects.


Got pets? Kids can groom your four-legged friends and get them ready for a photoshoot. Let them give your pooch that bath you’ve been putting off. Your kids can create a set for a photoshoot with fun props (whatever you have around the house!) and take digital photos. Not only will you have a sparkling clean pet, but your kiddos will also have lots of fun and you’ll have the photographs to document the day. If you have a small pet that wouldn’t enjoy a bath, have your kids create or rearrange their habitat.


kid giving a dog a bath



No pets, no problem! Animal shelters need volunteers to make stimulating and fun things for the dogs and cats waiting for a home. Toys, treats, and pet beds are all easy to make and will be very much appreciated by the shelter!

Here are a few ideas with directions!


How To Make a No-Sew Dog Bed.pdf

Animal Enrichment Activities.pdf

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I hope these ideas are fun and exciting for your kids and help keep them occupied and happy. Let me know if you've found another project your kiddos are loving!