Boredom Busters

Boredom Busters for Kids

Do you ever hear the words “I’m bored”? No, kids do not need to be constantly entertained, but sometimes they need a little help getting started with an activity. That is where these boredom busters come in.

Print them out and cut them apart. Put them in an old yogurt container or some other container you have lying around that has a lid. You could even have your kids decorate the outside of the container for something to do the next time they say they are bored.

Once it’s ready, anytime they don’t know what to do they can take off the lid, reach inside and draw one, and use that idea to spark their creativity.

Another option would be to print this off double sided on cardstock, laminate it, and put it somewhere handy. Then the kids could go grab it whenever they are looking for something to do. (This is a good option if you don’t feel like cutting or putting it in a container.)

These boredom busters will give them 60 ideas to run with. There are also a few empty spaces for you (or them) to add you own. That could even be a boredom buster for them–think up more things to do when they are bored.
Boredom Busters

Do you have any ideas to add to the list?

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