Indoor Obstacle Course Activity

20 - 45 minutes of fun Mommy time!

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Toddlers and pre-schoolers will love running an indoor obstacle course with Mommy!




Materials

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You'll need: various household objects to build your obstacle course, like stools; blankets; laundry baskets; boxes; puzzles; and toys.




Step 1

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Set up an obstacle course in your house, creating a "mission" for kids to accomplish.

For example, "Get the teddy bear to its bed."




Step 2

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Take kids through a "practice run" of the course.




Step 3

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It's fun to incorporate tasks that allow kids to practice a variety of skills.




Step 4

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Teach kids how to "re-set" the course so that they can re-run it as much as they want




Note:

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Kids will want to re-run the course over and over again.

This provides them a great opportunity to practice taking turns with other kids.