Indoor Kid Activities…That Won’t Destroy Your House

Taylor Greene

Indoor summer activities for kids

We all love getting outside during the summer but there will always be those rainy or too-hot days that come up.  Here are a few ideas to keep kids entertained with fun indoor activities, family games, kids movement videos, and more!

Move & Learn with GoNoodle GoSummer:  GoNoodle provides 100s of videos kids love and parents can feel good about (look for GoNoodle on Roku, Amazon, and Apple TV)!  During GoNoodle GoSummer there are new videos every week. Try – How To Draw Bart Reynolds, Make Ice Cream in a Bag, or have a dance party with JUMP!

Play a round of “Would you rather?: Would you rather have a pet monkey or a pet porcupine? Inquiring minds want to know! Ask your mini-me to answer this and other thought-provoking pairings when you play a few rounds of Would You Rather. All you need are a few good questions. Red Tricycle’s 37 Indoor Activities for When It’s Too Hot Outside

Write Letters: Ask your child think of some family members or friends they haven’t seen in a while and have them write or draw letters to them with pencils or crayons and paper. You can help them address the letters and throw them in the mailbox as a nice surprise for someone else.  Romper’s 14 Indoor Summer Activities To Help You Beat The Heat

Show us how you’re having fun indoors and tag @GoNoodle #GoNoodleGoSummer to be featured and earn prizes!