Cures For Boredom
Head, Shoulders, Knees, Cup (whole family can play)
Memory Verse Scrabble (cut out the words and scramble them then see how fast you can put it in the correct order)
Fun easy recipes
Write a letter to your parents/siblings/best friend, etc.
Make finger puppets out of paper and retell the Bible story
Make a paper chain to count down the days until Easter (or something else)
Have each kid pick a topic they'd like to learn about and spend 30 mins each day on that topic
Spend one day reading every single picture book we have in the house
Bake something every day
Have each kid write a letter and/or emails to a different friend or family member each day
Use all of our building toys on one giant structure
Wash our hands while singing Jesus Loves Me!!!!
Races of various kinds in the backyard (hopping on one foot, crabwalk, walking backwards, etc.)
Facetime grandparents a lot
inventory the plants & wildlife (from bugs on up) in your yard.
Learn the parts of plants/flowers & how they function
If you aren't too squeamish & have a spare clear shoebox size tote or 5-10 gallon tank, catch some pillbugs (rolly pollies, sowbugs) & observe them.
Write a short story & illustrate it.
Have the kids help with yardwork in between playing games outside. They're little, but they like getting dirty and "working" in the gardens.
Board games, card games
Build a fort, Put your tent up in the living room, start a written and or video journal, Take something apart na d learn how it works, Draw and Paint, Make Up Songs, Ask your parents questions you always wanted to know about them at your age.
Go for a walk, make cookies, work on your project in the garage, make thank you cards for hospital workers and first responders.