Keep the kids occupied with these 10 diy indoor rainy day games. Being stuck indoors can make the day seem really long but with these games, you will struggle to get the kids outside when the sun shines again. Which one of these 10 diy indoor rainy day games will be your child’s favorite? We love them all but especially the indoor golf game!
10 Diy Indoor Rainy Day Games
1. Diy Laser Maze
Tape some crape paper to the hallway walls and let the kids have fun getting from one end to the other without breaking the crape paper. More information found here.
2. Indoor Golf Game
This indoor golf game is fun for all ages. Extend this activity further by letting your children paint or decorate the golf target. Click here to find out more.
3. Magnetic Fishing Game
This magnetic game is very simple to make and can be played both with and without water! Inside in a bucket or with water in the bath will keep children entertained for quite some time. Follow this link for the full tutorial.
4. Masking Tape Speedway
This speedway is especially fantastic for older children who are able to design and make this car track by themselves. This car track will provide hours of entertainment with the benefit of being able to simply remove once your child has finished playing with it. Follow this to find out more.
5. Cardboard Slide
What kids wouldn’t love this slide! Everyday Best has loads of pointers to make a fun and safe cardboard box slide.
6. Paper Plate Ring Toss
Made from paper plates this traditional couldn’t be much simpler to make. Children will have fun decorating each ring and then fun playing the game. Click here to find the tutorial.
7. Laundry Basket Skee Ball
Build a ramp and set up the laundry baskets to play a fun game of Skee Ball. Click here to find out more.
8. Duct Tape Hopscotch
If you can’t go outdoors why not bring the outdoors inside with this simple to make game of hopscotch. Source found here.
9. Pompom Drop
This Pompom drop game is great for youngsters fine motor skills. We love how it is made using so recycled materials. Get more information by clicking here.
10. Foosball Table
This foosball table is perfect for little hands. It is made using items you may already have at home, a shoebox, chopsticks, and pegs. Click here to find out more.