Make a set of clues for every player (make them rhyme for fun), each one leading to another and, finally, to the treasure. Seal the clues in envelopes marked with a number (e.g. “2/7” or “two of seven”) – this will help the treasure hunters keep track. Whoever solves the clues first and finds the treasure.
This is something cool to do with your mom or dad. You can sit down together and go through all the suppers you love the most, write them in a book (get some help with the measurements). Next, take photos of the meals or cut out pictures and stick them in the book..
Who says tents have to stay outside? If you have a pop-up or small dome tent, it’s easy to set up camp indoors. If not, create forts by draping sheets over couches. Make it comfy with airbeds, pillows and sleeping bags, and then have an indoor picnic in your tent.
Sit in a circle and start with “Once upon a time”. Moving clockwise, each person in the circle then adds one single word to the story. It’s so funny! Decide on a theme before you start: ghost story, fairy tale, adventure, etc.
Nothing beats baking when it’s raining outside. Here is a really cool, simple recipe that will make you forget all about the storm outside! Remember to always ask an adult for help when using the hot oven or stove!