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THANK GOD IT’S FRIDAY! But your heart is beating fast. As thrilling as it sounds, you know those lovely kids will be both your companion and your bodyguard. Time spent with your kids should be cherished and valued rather than frowned at. Here are some of the things you can do with your children over the weekend that can benefit them and also keep your life balanced:
Watch cartoon movies: Kids find cartoons fascinating so let them watch it. Not just 30 minutes of cartoon clips but a full cartoon movie. As adults, it might be boring, but an hour of laughter with your child strengthens the bond. Make sure to screen the movies properly before you share them with your child.
Go on a date with your child: Eating out with your child at a conducive location exposes your child on how to behave well in public. It also grooms his/her manners. It is best if the location of your choice has a playground (e.g trampoline, slide, and swing). That is a perfect combination of memorable fun.
Puzzle game: Puzzles are a great way to create a fun learning opportunity for kids. Spending the weekend with your child while they are matching and grasping puzzle pieces help the child develop finger strength, perseverance, and problem-solving skills.
Water gunfight: There is so much laughter that comes with water gunfights. Do not be scared to mess up your entire house once in a while with your kids. There is nothing more contagious than the laughter of young children. Go to church or mosque: Train up your child in the way of the Lord and also ensure the Godly character that is being taught to them in school continues at home.
Sleep: Study shows sleeping improves the development of a child as it has a direct effect on their happiness so make sure they grab that extra siesta during weekends. Stick to the routine. Always stick to the routine and try not to break the chain. Let your child be prepared as it helps build healthy, constructive habits. It creates a calmer household and also teaches your child how to respect your privacy.