106 Great Activities to Keep Your Kids Busy

If we had a nickel for every time one of our kids said "I'm bored" our butler would be writing this. No matter the age, no matter the stage, we can all use help finding activities to keep our kids occupied and engaged. Bookmark this page, it may just save your sanity. Or at least allow you to grab a coffee (it's good for you!) and relax for a few minutes.

It can be a challenge to come up with interesting activities to do with young children over an extended break from their regular routines.
How to Make Homemade Play Dough
A quick and easy activity the kids can help with.

Whether you're a weekend warrior or going on a long trip, keep you kids entertained so you can make a clean getaway.
Fun and inexpensive ways to keep them occupied.

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March Break Activities
Ten great activities over March Break or any day you're home with the kids.
Served warm, split open with a pat of butter and a cup of coffee, there is no better way to wake up someone you love on the weekend.
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Keep Your Kids Busy
Summer activities to keep your kids busy so you don’t lose your sanity…rain or shine.
Whether you're going it alone or rallying the mom troupes, here are some fun summertime activities, rain or shine.
Recycled bottle caps transform into funky little magnets in this fun kid-friendly project!
Nothing planned over school break? Bust boredom with these ten outings and activities to keep your kids busy.
Kick off the break by making kabobs and breaking a few eggs with friends.
Transform coffee filters into beautiful works of art with this kid-friendly craft.
This non-messy, non-toxic modeling material made from potato starch may soon become a staple in every house with kids.
Unique art with an inspirational message conveyed through words or images created on the covers of journals or canvases.
March Break can feel like endless hours if your kids aren't busy. How do you keep them occupied without plopping them in front of the TV all day?
by: Erica Ehm