Fun activities for kids when the power goes out
SAN ANTONIO – When the power goes out, it can be scary for kids. Nanny Jada Rashawn has you covered with fun activities for kids - without electronics. She recommended the game Throw Throw Burrito. Other fun games and activities are listed below:Play with light-up slime. More ideas from Jada Rashawn:
Spooky games families can enjoy during Halloween while staying safe
From dressing up in costumes, to trick-or-treating, and pumpkin carving, Halloween is a holiday many people love to celebrate. According to Good Housekeeping, there are still a lot of games the whole family can enjoy while staying safe. First, try a pumpkin bean-bag tossCut a large hole in the bottom two pumpkins and scoop out the pulp and seeds. Use an extra cardboard box, fill it with candy and decorate it as Frankenstein or a spooky ghost. Get into groups of two and have one wrap the other up like a mummy as quickly as possible.
Texas wildlife: 11 resources & activities for kids
Published: April 24, 2020, 6:39 am Updated: June 26, 2020, 9:38 amHere are some educational activities and activity packets for children regarding Texas animals, conservation and wildlife. Black bearsThis activity set includes a variety of bear activities like downloadable and printable children's books, online activities, coloring pages, songs, crossword puzzles, mazes and more. Houston toads"An Educator's Guide to the Houston Toad" includes different classroom activities along with work sheets, descriptions and activity sheets. OcelotThis classroom activity book teaches about the ocelot and its habitat and includes activities, a word find puzzle and educational descriptions. Natural habitat & wildlifeThis coloring book features different kinds of Texas wildlife and species with brief descriptions and coloring space.
Video: Here’s how to create a fun watermelon construction site
SAN ANTONIO – If you can’t get your kids away from the TV this spring break, we may have the answer. KSAT Kids has a snacktivity from Simplywholemoms that will encourage their creativity. Here’s how you can put together a watermelon construction site for your kids to play with. RELATED CONTENT: