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Screenless Activities for ages 3 - 6 years old


For children aged 3-6 years old, there are numerous screenless activities that can keep them engaged and entertained. Here are some ideas:

1. Arts and Crafts: Encourage creativity and fine motor skills through activities like drawing, colouring, painting, collaging, or making sculptures with clay or recycled materials.

2. Pretend Play: Foster imagination and storytelling abilities by setting up props and costumes for role-playing activities. This could include playing doctor, chef, or setting up a pretend store.

3. Outdoor Exploration: Take advantage of the outdoors by going on nature walks, visiting playgrounds, flying kites, riding bikes, or having a picnic.

4. Building and Construction: Provide building blocks, LEGO bricks, or other construction toys to stimulate problem-solving skills and spatial awareness.

5. Musical Activities: Introduce children to different musical instruments or create homemade instruments with household items. Sing songs, dance, or have a mini "concert" with their favourite tunes.

6. Board Games and Puzzles: Engage children in board games and puzzles appropriate for their age. They can foster critical thinking, turn-taking, and social skills.

7. Story Time: Read books together, either quietly or with interactive storytelling. Encourage children to take part in the story by asking questions or letting them act out parts.

8. Science Experiments: Conduct simple science experiments, such as making slime, exploring density with water and oil, or observing changes in plant growth.

Remember, children in this age group have different interests and abilities, so it's important to adapt activities based on their individual developmental stages and preferences.

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