A Sunday is a day for fun and frolic as it is a weekend. Adults may want to just rest all day after the hustle and bustle of work during the week, but for children, Sundays symbolise a day filled with fun activities.
How do parents make Sunday a fun day for kids? Sometimes, just going out to the movies, a trip to the amusement park or watching plain old television might not help because kids are full of restless energy. So, what do we, as parents, do to make sure our little ones do not get bored?
Parents.com has listed 20 activities that you can do as a family, on Sundays, that will entertain your kids as well. Some creative and fun activities include, a simple task like collecting leaves, playing a game of treasure hunt (Parents can plant coins and fake jewellery in the garden. They can then draw a map with directions and let the kids use the map and start hunting for treasures.) and practising simple magic tricks. Parents should think out of the box and get creative with ideas.
Familylife.com says creating quality time with your kids matters a lot, and suggests ideas that will help parents develop deep relationships with children, despite busy schedules.
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