You’re spoilt for choice with the games here from the BBC’s CBeebies. We started with some colouring in and then did a puzzle.
We went down a Lego rabbit hole with this. There’s a whole bunch of activities to have a look at. Shout if you need rescuing from the rabbit hole.
Feel like a downhill ski? No need to head to the slopes when you have this game. Watch out for the boulders though.
Teach your young children about animals with this interactive, colourful resource from the team at the iconic Sesame Street.
When we tried this, we just kept playing and playing (though we didn’t read the instructions to start with… not a good idea). Great fun.
What better way to begin than with games provided by New Zealand’s favourite bedtime storybook – Hairy Maclary.
Who doesn’t love an egg and spoon race? Get all the household involved in this – just remember to hard boil your eggs before you start.
Go old school and play the classics. Get all the household involved in musical chairs, and pass the parcel too!
You’ll need some cups (or mugs the same height) for this challenge. And some water… and a couple of table tennis balls.
Definitely one for the backyard and a sunny day. But if your kids love a treasure hunt with a difference, this one could be a winner.