Take every day as it comes. That’s our lockdown mantra. To make this as easy as possible for you and your family we’re launching #kidadldaily, where we'll be sharing one fun-packed idea a day to keep you inspired during lockdown, using only household basics or just your fine selves!
Follow #kidadldaily on social media so you don’t miss our daily dose of inspiration, and share your pictures and videos when you get stuck in using the #kidadldaily hashtag which we will share across our platforms!
Let’s get creative Kidadlers! We can’t wait to see what you get up to...
Upgrade your drawings to 3D with a playdough by numbers activity! This is a great way to introduce your under fives to maths and logic whilst getting creative.
Make your own museum about the topic you know more about than anyone - yourself! Collect all of your favourite things and invite the whole family to the Museum Of Me.
With another three weeks of lockdown ahead of us, it's so important to focus on the positives and have something to look forward to. Why not make a lockdown wish jar that will double up as a two-in-one bucket list for when things are back to normal! Try and stick to smaller, more realistic wishes here, like 'I wish I could hug my Grandpa', to help the kids appreciate these little things more when they do get to tick them off...
Jazz up your front windows even more and spread some smiles by making your own rainbow collage! If your pens are running dry after so much rainbow-colouring, this is a great alternative and a lovely way to celebrate the NHS whilst brightening up your home.
Laura grew up in London and loved special family trips out to the theatre, Science Museum and all of the city's wonderful parks. She loves travelling, writing, drawing, exploring new art exhibitions and finding the best food and drink spots in the capital! At Kidadl, Laura handles our social media channels and is part of the busy brief writing team, creating the blueprints for the diverse range of articles you'll find across the site. She also dabbles in graphic design pieces for Kidadl's Instagram and writing blog articles full of family fun herself.