3 Easy Activities Others Parents Are Doing to Keep Their Kids Engaged at Home

So it seems like the schools are closed for a while, and maybe your kids are getting bored. T’inquiète pas — here is a list of activities to keep your kids entertained with kitchen items!

Baking Soda Fizz

Baking Soda Fizz Fun

Photo Credit: @happyjolyseedings

Prettier than your Gin Fizz, and way more kid-friendly too! We love this baking soda experiment with such simple ingredients and yet so much fun!

Make Your Own Fruit Loops

DIY Fruit Loop
DIY Fruit Loop

Photo Credit: @jugandoyjugando.ando

This version of the colorful cereal mix contains way less sugar than the out-of-the-box fruit loop that you may or may not find in your grocery store or deliveries!

Bake & Decorate Cookies

Take & Bake Kit by Playa Provisions

Photo Credit: @chefbrookew

Full disclaimer: We are completely NOT affiliated with any commercial entity and this is NOT a sponsored post. We just love scrolling social media for fun and interesting ideas. Top Chef Winner Brooke Williamson suggested a take & bake kit with pre-made cookie dough + beautiful icing & sprinkles and we think…hmm…easy enough for kids, and surely they’d love to have a chocolate chip cookie or two?

Do you want to learn more about those activities? What are your kids doing at home? Comment below to let us know!



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