As children grow from toddlers into mature preschool students, they can take part in more advanced activities, and they can start to play with others.
Craft a story together.
Dig in the dirt.
Bag leaves together.
Make an obstacle course.
Play a rhyming game.
Build a house of cups.
Go on a walking tour of your city.
Make a path of pillows to use as stepping stones.
Write a book.
Make a snow dollhouse.
Play I Spy with colors.
Let your child “read” you a storybook by looking at the pictures.
Make art with pinecones.
Polish each other’s nails.
Make hand shadows.
Exercise with a yoga video together.
Play a simple version of Pictionary.
Make a paper-bag puppet.
Keep a balloon in the air as long as possible.