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9 Ways To Keep Your Children Busy and Productive This Holiday

by Adenike Akindude
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9 Ways To Keep Your Children Busy and Productive This Holiday

Every parent needs to keep their children busy but not just being busy but helping them to also be productive this holiday season.

9 Ways To Keep Your Children Busy and Productive This Holiday.dailyfamily.ng

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This holiday season is the period which every parent can get closer to their children and also impact positively into their lives.

Here are ways to make your children busy and productive this holiday season:

Meeting new friends: Your children can use the holiday season to meet other children of like minds who they can make friends with and share ideas with.

Playing games: The holiday season is for children to relax from their usual routine so they can engage in other activities like playing games. Games that help their intellect are very important like chess, scrabble and so on.

Baking and Cooking: Your children can also use this holiday season to learn how to bake some snacks and also cook different kinds of meals.

Arts: children love to be creative, so, use this holiday season to get them art materials to create beautiful works that they can use to beautify the house.

Summer school: For children not to be cut-off totally from their school activities, you should enrol them in a summer school where they can learn for a few hours in the day.

Reading: Apart from attending summer school, you should create time for your children to read personally at home. Their reading may not necessarily be based on academic textbooks alone.

Movies and Cartoons: Get your children educative and inspirational movies and cartoons which they can watch. This helps to keep them busy for long.

Visiting new places: Your children can also use the holiday season to visit new and interesting places so that they have something beautiful to tell their classmates when they resume back to school.

Telling stories: You can use this holiday season to tell your children interesting stories from your childhood, about your hometown, and about so many other interesting events.

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