We’re having a blast rounding up some of the best spring activities for kids using old stand-by toys and supplies!
Who knew there were so many fun and unique ways to play?
1 || Make Your Own Sidewalk Chalk from Playful Learning
If you’re a DIYer, you’ll love this cool step-by-step recipe for how to make your own sidewalk chalk from Playful Learning. The process is a fun, hands-on, sensory mess – kids will love it!
2 || Sidewalk Smoke Bombs from Growing a Jeweled Rose
These take a little bit of work and planning, but the final outcome? AWESOME! These would be so much fun for a last day of school celebration or for the 4th of July!
3 || Line Tag from The Inspired Treehouse
Here’s a great way to get kids moving outside. A fun twist on tag that targets all kinds of gross motor skills!
4 || Sidewalk Simon from Toddler Approved
Try this genius gross motor spin on the old classic electronic game, Simon. So great for motor planning, coordination, processing, and more!
5 || Chalk Rake from Laughing Kids Learn
Smart, creative, and fun! Whip up your a chalk rake for your kids with these easy instructions and let your kids loose around the driveway and neighborhood! So cute!
6 || Show Me Some Love Hopscotch from The Inspired Treehouse
We love this sweet hopscotch game because it combines movement and activity with connecting with your child. A great combination!
7 || Chalktrail
How awesome is this? Kids will leave their mark wherever they go with this cool product!
8 || Toddler Color Hop from Learn Play Imagine
Kids learn best when they’re moving and exploring a concept for themselves, so this simple game is winner for teaching young children to identify colors!
9 || Big Chalk Maze from Hands On As We Grow
A cool idea for getting little ones moving outside – and a great recipe for sidewalk paint! Kids will love pushing trucks and cars through the maze, or…double the size and see if they can walk, run, or ride a scooter through it!
10 || Wet Chalk Art from Happy Hooligans
A super simple way to add a little interest to drawing with sidewalk chalk. This idea makes the chalk go on smooth and the colors even more bright and vibrant! Check it out!
And WOW. You have to check out this 3D Chalk Art for yourself. You have to see it to believe it!
What are your kids’ favorite things to do with sidewalk chalk? We’d love to hear! Share a comment below!
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