Kneading the dough is a great hands-on activity.
Kids like to get their hands messy. You will be surprised at their imagination while they roll the dough.
This activity works for us very well. Shaunak enjoys it. He digs in, cuts, folds and makes stories out of it. He has fun with it for good half to an hour. It is a great sensory activity, to help them feel the rough texture of the flour and show them how it turns into a soft dough after adding water.
Magic tricks for kids are a great way to keep your family entertained.
A magician says, “Learning magic tricks at a young age builds up confidence and helps with social building skills,especially if the child tends to be little shy.” Here are a few fun and easy magic tricks for kids to get your young magician started.
Cooking is an essential life skill that all kids should start learning from an early age. To begin with, they can be involved in fire-less cooking. It is a great activity to develop sense of sight, taste and sound. It is an ideal way to boost a child’s self-confidence and teach responsibility.