Today we’re going to be talking about one summer activity that you can do at home with your kids.
This activity is great for young ones and tweens. You can enjoy it if you need to stay indoors because of the weather or if you have a child who is introverted and doesn’t want to go out.
The simple idea is to build a fort but with a few added steps to help develop a few skills, such as planning, art and writing.
Are you ready for it?
#1. Use Your Imagination
Have your kids draw out their design. They should label all of the features of their drawing and clearly state what they need to build it.
The following image is an example of what a fort could look like.
#2. Create The Plan
Your kids should plan out what they want to do when they build their fort? What activities would they like to engage in when they get into the fort?
They can then get everything organized for it.
#3. Build Your Vision
Now the first part of the fun begins!!!!
Your kids get to build their fort. Happy building!
#4. Have A Blast
The final stage is to get into the fort and have even more fun.
Remember to take some pictures so that you can share them with your loved ones.
Let’s recap really quickly. Today, we looked at the following:
- The relevance of creating a fort
- Four steps to develop a few skills: use your imagination, create the plan, build your vision, and have a blast.
Enjoy these three resources by clicking on the images below:
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I’ll see you next Friday at 5:30pm PST.
Until I see you next time, remember to create, experience & teach from the heart.