21. Balloon Tennis
This is the ultimate boredom buster for those long winter months! The supplies are really inexpensive. In fact, you can get those paint sticks for free at most hardware stores. Simply hot glue one to a paper plate, and bam! You’ve got a balloon racket. All you need now are a few kids to get the party started. Read more here.
22. Perler Bead Bowls
Have your kids discovered Perler Beads yet? Believe it or not, they’re made for melting under wax paper with an iron to make cool shapes and designs. But there are quite a few little hacks out there for them, too. Put them in an oil covered ceramic or glass bowl (they naturally stack and rise to the side), and let them bake together to form a colorful bowl. How creative! Go get the instructions here.
23. Decorate Craft Letters
Those large letters they sell at craft stores are a unique way for kids to express their personality. Purchase the first letter of their first name, and then let them go crazy! They can decorate it with beads, buttons, pom poms, decorative tape, pipe cleaners, small rocks, twigs, or anything else small enough to glue on! It makes for a nice display on a shelf or desk in their room.