Game for kids: Boredom jar (printable)

The next time your kid says, “I’m bored,” hand them a homemade “boredom jar” full of activity ideas.

By Today's Parent staff
Game for kids: Boredom jar (printable)

Photo: Jessica Chan

Your kids have books, Lego, puzzles, an endless supply of toy cars and trains... yet somehow they're always bored.

The next time they come to you complaining there's nothing to do, send them to the boredom jar, where they can pull out any number of fun activities to try.

Got a bored kid at home? Check out this video on how to solve the boredom problem:

This article was originally published on Mar 10, 2014

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