This post is sponsored by Goldfish® but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
Stuck inside on a rainy day after school? There’s nothing better than playing indoor games and hosting a playdate with epic snacks! Skip the devices and screens and try hosting an indoor game day with these ideas!
When planning your after-school activity, don’t miss out on snacks! We recently discovered something new… Goldfish Epic Crunch! My son loves Goldfish crackers, but now this is a bold flavor with a BIG crunch. It’s a fun twist on an old favorite, and it has a fun 3-Dimensional shape.
Need a go-to snack for lunch boxes or a playdate? I got you! Nacho Goldfish Epic Crunch crackers are a fun and delicious snack. It has a super cheesy and ZESTY flavor. It is baked with whole grain and never fried. Plus, there are no artificial flavors or preservatives. We tried the Nacho flavor, but it also comes in Ranch and Honey BBQ.
Once you are stocked up on snacks, here are a few indoor game ideas for your next rainy day playdate!
Board games. You can’t go wrong with a classic board game, but there are so many new games perfect for children of all ages. We like to play board games since they help you develop strategy and think outside the box. Critical thinking is important, and sometimes I worry that my son is watching too much TV.
Card games. This is definitely not a boring option either! There are so many card games that have spawned recently that my kiddo LOVES. From trading cards with favorite sports characters to playing cards with unique characters (monsters and other creatures!), card games are nothing like we remember.
I Spy. This is a classic game for road trips, but it works for indoor adventures too. It’s simple but can help hold children’s attention when you’re stuck indoors on a boring, rainy afternoon. All you have to do to start is say, “I spy with my little eye, something with the color of….” and say the specific color. You can use letters too, for example, “I spy with my little eye, something that starts with the letter…”
Charades. Children can play charades too! Teach them the basics and let them act out their favorite movie characters or TV shows.
Coloring. Set up a coloring table with markers, crayons, and coloring books. Or, you can cover a table with brown kraft paper and let everyone get creative!
There are other games that you can find to play inside, and I hope this helps you get started. Don’t forget the #EpicCrunch of Goldfish.
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