Are your kids complaining that "there's nothing to do" or "I'm bored" this summer? Need some new ideas to keep them entertained until school is back in session? Look no further - this guide to free and cheap kids activities will help you kick the boredom blues!
My kids are probably like yours: They love being off of school but soon the sounds of "I'm bored" and "there's nothing to do" echo through our house and both my wife and I yearn for something to keep them entertained and keep the whining at bay. With this motivation, I've collected great free or nearly free activities for kids that my kids love and yours will too!
In this book you'll learn:
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Stop the whining and cure the boredom today. Get this book and get some great ideas for kids activities today!
Where does Activities for Kids rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
To be honest, I’m placing this book in my top ten collection because I have two kids who are hungry for excitement.
What did you like best about this story?
The instructions and warning concerning each activity were well appreciated. I really admired the head-ups and guidelines.
What about Joseph Benjamin Jireh Pabellon’s performance did you like?
I liked the pace and follow of Joseph Benjamin Jireh Pabellon’s performance.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
If I were to make a film of this book I would tag line it “What Every Parent Should Do With Their Kids!”
Any additional comments?
The activities rock and the preparations are fun. The clean ups too are fun!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I've listened to a lot of books, and this has some of the worst narration ever. The content was also very unimpressive. If you asked about anyone to sit down for 15 minutes and come up with a list of activities for kids they could do better. not worth the time or money
1 of 2 people found this review helpful
There were some good ideas in this book but it was letdown by the narration which was very hard to listen to... sounded like a cross between a robot and a six year old. The last part being nothing to do with children's activities but on setting up a photography studio.