Banish cabin fever with these ideas to keep the kids happy at home

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There’s no denying we all better get comfortable at home as we’re most certainly going to be spending a lot more of our time here in the next few weeks.

Looking at the positives, there’s plenty of scope for us all to act like big kids and rediscover the pleasure in little things. For those with children at home and away from school, revel in playing with them and master the art of fun.

If you’re stressing about homebound days, take a moment to consider the winter alternative and perhaps even challenge yourself to find ways to connect with your own inner-child as you build forts, braai marshmallows and learn something new.

Here are a few of our favourite ideas for at-home fun to beat any signs of cabin fever, all the while, and probably unknowingly, showing the younger generation some of their happiest days with you.

Build a fort indoors 

Whether you’re five or 50, you’ll most probably have some very happy memories involving building an indoor fort.

Who would have thought that with all the toys in circulation, a couple of blankets and cushions could house so much potential for fun? Go on…build the indoor fort and forget about the state of the lounge.

Photo: Pexels Toast marshmallows over an outdoor fire

Well worth considering is the art of fire, so teach your children how to make one under your supervision.

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Author: Josie Eveleigh



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