Egg hunts are always a fun past-time during Easter. However, we don’t have to wait for Easter to have them. Kids LOVE to hunt for things! Hunting games are an easy activity that can be done indoors or outdoors.
Developing Planning and Organizing Skills
These games also help children develop executive function skills such as planning and organizing. This accomplished by following:
Not only does this game help develop planning and organizing skills, kids practice:
We also can target social skills such as
Make this fun year round and hunt for things throughout the year. Here are some ideas:
TIP: Older kids can hunt also! Split them into teams and make it a team building activity.
Does Your Child Know Hidden Rules of the Playground? Spring brings warmer weather for most of us. That means outside time for kiddos! However, school play areas and seemingly beautiful parks can be a source of tremendous anxiety for kids and parents alike. Not only because of the physical demands and dangers of the equipment but because children may not know the “Hidden Rules” of the playground.
Some “hidden rules” on the playground include:
In the Social Butterflies ClubⓇ program, these rules for the playground are reviewed. Here is an example:
Find more information about the Social Butterflies Club® here.