Suitable for preschoolers, these activities stimulate the cognitive activity of the brain, promote easy learning along with physical impetus.
Find Your Way
This fun game activity helps in language development and reading enhancement. Make chits of words and let your kids find the same in chalk designs made on the ground. This one can be organized as a competition to add to the fun spirit of it. Through this, kids will learn to build up sentences and communicate effectively.
Mathematics can be quite monotonous a task to do for kids. However, a little piece of chalk can make this a lot more interesting process. Draw a board game of basic mathematical manipulations and let your wards hop and jump their way through solutions.
Teach your kids the art of spelling words correctly with this chalk game. Make 26 squares on the ground with each containing an English alphabet. Now let them explore different words by hopping from one square t the other.
Fun And Games
One can have some amazing photoshoots with sidewalk chalk. Draw your backgrounds on the ground and have fun with poses. Kids can also pretend play by drawing a dollhouse, balloons, and everything that thrills their imagination.
Finding it tough to familiarize your kid with color names and recognition? Make a color disc from sidewalk chalk and play a fun game to help them discover colors the easy way. This activity is not only visually but kinesthetically stimulating and helps in making a long-term memory impression in young minds.
Make colorful puddles of water using sidewalk chalk and splash your way through them. This little adventure is thrilling and exciting for kids and gives them the much-needed break from the monotony of routine.
Find Your Way
Draw an obstacle course on the ground using sidewalk chalk and organize a kid’s racing championship. All they need to do is follow the structure and course made on the ground in the least time they possibly can. This exercise boosts focus mentally and coordination physically.
We are here to bring the sky down! Learn to recognize constellations by making a few on the ground using rounded pebbles and a sidewalk chalk. This is a scientific activity aimed at promoting learning and practical understanding of the world.
This activity is suitable for kids between 7 to 11 years of age. Hit targets made from sidewalk chalk using a baseball bat and water balloons. The closer one is to the target, the more points one gets. This fun outdoor activity will re-energize your spirits on a dull and boring day.
A yet simpler version of this game is to replace water balloons with sponge darts. Try to play this with a few friends to raise the competitive spirit of it.
Make a clock on the ground using sidewalk chalk. Now ask your kids to draw the hands of the clock according to the time you tell them to. There can be various subjective variations to this game to teach kids addition, timekeeping, subtraction, etc.
Using sidewalk chalk, make 2d shapes on the ground. Use this as a maze for kids to help them learn the right shapes. For example, Ask them to reach the other end by stepping into only squares. This will slowly reduce errors and kids will get familiarized with shapes.
Hide And Seek
Animal names and spellings can be tough for kids to remember. We are here to make it much easier. This activity will stimulate all senses to make a long-term impact on young minds.