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Indoor Games: Point the Hole

It’s time for another indoor activity to play with your children! It’s a simple but funny game in which you can choose to play as the animator or let one of your kids to manage the activity.

Point the hole can be played everywhere in an unlimited number of participants, but remember: the more players take part of the game, the more the game lasts. Read instruction and tips below from one of the handbooks Riccardo Francaviglia has illustrated.

So, challenge your children’s dexterity and have fun with this new kids activity by The Treehouse App!

Point the Hole

Educational aim: dexterity and listening attitude

Target: form 8 to 16

Number of participants: unspecified

Materials: none

Duration: you can choose the duration

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Indoor Games: Reversed Hide-and-Seek (Sardines)

We know that it’s not always simple to play with our little ones because of lack of time or ideas. For this reason, it could be very useful to read Diana Smith’s guide on Uplifting Families. She remarks that experts give a lot of importance to a quality playtime because it creates and reinforces trust and honesty between a parent and a child.

We found this guide very interesting because you’ll be aware of which mistakes parents often do and how to manage your time and plan playtime. From now on, it could be very easy to have fun with your children, without getting bored or boring your kids.

Just remember:

  • Set aside a playdate withyour child to play
  • Don’t allow your kid to be the boss of the game
  • Don’t even let your child be a passive observer

In our Treehouse you can find different kinds of indoor activities that you can enjoy with your children. However, this proposal can be planned even outdoor, in your garden or at the park.

So, today, let’s play the Reversed Hide-and-Seek or Sardines! Read the instructions below from one of the handbooks Riccardo Francaviglia has illustrated. You can choose to be the animator or even let your kids decide alone who will start the game, by a roll of the dice, for example.

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