Children’s Day: THESE are the fun ways to celebrate with your child at home
Clueless about how to celebrate Children’s Day once your kid gets home from school?
The kids must be back from school after a fun children’s day celebration and you must be at your wit’s end trying to find ways how you can celebrate the day at home. In fact, it’s every parents duty to guide our kids and keep them moving through the daily routine. It is important to be emotionally generous and give kids loving, affirming interactions create a positive balance in the relationship. That is why having positive interactions and making meaningful memories with your child matters so much. When we are negligent towards our kids they automatically resist our guidance and develop a negative attitude. Life is busy but it’s important to celebrate the days that matter to your children. You don’t have to go far and beyond to have fun with your child on Children’s Day. Read on to find out how you can cozy up at home and yet celebrate Children’s Day with great fun!
1. Bake a cake together
The best thing about cake is that it can be had on any day! Children especially love cakes and your kid might enjoy baking one too. Let your kid select the flavour and mould of the cake, and get set baking! It’ll be a real treat for them to have a cake that they baked by them self.
2. Have a snuggle night
This is a perfect way to spend time with your younger kids. You must miss snuggling up with your child and now you have found the perfect excuse to do it! Cozy up with a mug of hot chocolate and read a book together. Sounds cozy and fun!
3. Make a family tree
Children value their family really dearly and are always eager to learn about their grandparents and distant relatives. Get together and make as simple family tree. It will familiarise your kids with relatives they don’t get to see everyday and make them feel proud of their family.
4. Do a role reversal
Children love playing adults and mimicking what they do. You must have noticed how kids are especially eager to assume the role of their teacher. Buy your kid a whiteboard and let them play a teacher to you. They can teach any subject of their choice. It’s also a great way to study and a lot of fun!
5. Revisit your childhood with your kids
Are you living in the same city you grew up in? Revisit your childhood by taking your kids to the same spots in the city that you enjoyed as a child. It’s the perfect way to strengthen your emotional bonds with your child.