An indoor game to burn energy: Hunt for exercise cards

We’ve had a string of very cold days here. The deal is that my four-year-old really needs an energy burner when he doesn’t get outside. I created this simple indoor game to burn energy for him and his five-year-old sister. I make a series of index cards with an instruction to perform some kind of ex...
  • Heather | Growing Hands-On Kids

    Need ideas to get your kids calmed down and focused? Check out these alerting, organizing and calming activities for children. www.GoldenReflectionsBlog.com

  • CaRitta Ava Mai

    Fun Indoor Activities for Kids that Burn Energy. Page full of links to other pages full of great ideas for fun indoor activities.

  • Stacey Gregrow

    fun indoor activities that burn energy - great for bored kids cooped up on winter days

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