Indoor Activities for Kids

Too wet to play outside? Need to cool off on a hot day? You or your child is feeling unwell? We have pulled together a list of the BEST Indoor Activities for kids to help you out and keep your kids away from their screens for a while.

Indoor Activities for Kids

As much as we love to play outside, it is not always possible and we all know what happens when the kids have been stuck inside for too long. They start to get bored and cause mischief, so before this happens you need to step in with one of these indoor activities for kids.

Indoor Activities for Kids

Each letter of the alphabet was been assigned to one of our Kids Activities blogger friends, to bring you an amazing selection of ideas to choose from, on those inevitable days when you are all stuck indoors.

Which indoor activity will you try first?

A is for Alphabet Hunt from Artsy Momma

A-Z of Indoor Activities Alphabet-Hunt

B is for Bean Bag Toss from Kidz Activities

DIY Bean Bag Toss A-Z of Indoor Activities

C is for Cardboard Castle from P is for Preschooler

indoor activities cardboard castle

D is for Dinosaurs, Dirt & Discovery from Playdough and Popsicles

Indoor Activities Dinosaur Dirt Discovery Play

E is for Edible Engineering from Little Bins for Little Hands

Indoor Activities edible engineering

F is for Flashlight Fort from Sunny Day Family

Indoor Activities flashlight fort

G is for Going on a Colour Hunt from Clare’s Tots

going on a colour hunt indoor activities

H is for Heart Faces from Teach Me Mommy


I is for Ice from Learning and Exploring Through Play

Indoor activities - Ice Play

J is for Jumping from The Jenny Evolution

indoor activities jumping

K is for Kid Friendly Kitchen Table Activities from Something 2 Offer


L is for Let’s Play Library from Books and Giggles


M is for Making Monuments from Playground Parkbench


N is for Numbers from Bambini Travel

Number Indoor Activities

O is for Oobleck from Messy Little Monster

Indoor Activities frozen oobleck small world

P is for Play Dough from Raising Little Superheroes

Indoor Activities Play dough

Q is for Quilt Teepee from Adventures of Adam

indoor activities quilt teepee

R is for Restaurant Pretend Play from Umbrella Tree Cafe

indoor activities lets play restaurant

S is for Scavenger Hunt from The Resourceful Mama

Indoor Activities scavenger huntT is for TeePee from Sugar Aunts


 Under and Over Energy Busters from Emma Owl

Energy Busters 2

V is for Volcano from Best Toys for Toddlers


W is for Water Play from Crafty Mama-in-me

indoor activities Water play

X is for EXcavation from Line Upon Line Learning

indoor activities excavating rice

Y is for Yoga from Rhythms of Play

indoor activities yoga for kidsZ is for Zoo from Teaching 2 and 3 year olds

indoor activities zoo small world play

And if that’s still not enough indoor activities you could always have a go at one of our Arts and Crafts projects. 

Free Kids Activity Planner Arts Crafts Sensory Play

farm arts and crafts square

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