Safari fun at home
Age: toddler, child
Skill for Bub: Hand/eye coordination, Just for fun, Mind Builder
An imaginative way for kids to go on a jungle safari at home.
Your child will have fun testing their hand/eye coordination skills with this homemade version of hide and seek.
Here’s all you need:
- Toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls
- Paints and brushes, or crayons
- Craft glue or sticky tape or stapler
- Hole punch
- Piece of string or ribbon
- Collect 2 toilet paper rolls or cut a paper towel roll in half and have kids decorate with paints or crayons as they please.
- Sticky tape or staple the paper rolls together down the length of the rolls. A stapler should only be used by an adult.
- Make a hole on the outside of each paper rolls at the top of the binoculaurs.
- Run string or ribbon through both holes and tie a knot to secure.
- Hide animal drawings or animal crackers all over the home and put on your backpacks, hats etc and off you go for a safari hunt.
*Remember in the outdoor Safari you’ll need to drink plenty of water and put on your sunscreen!