7. Taking tic-tac-toe to a new level
Gather some pretty stones from a beach, and draw X’s and O’s on them. You can play right on the sand or on a lined piece of paper.
If you gather some light and dark stones, you can play checkers too. Make a child-friendly field with fewer squares.
6. Monster repellent for calm nights
A cute “monster spray” made with a spray bottle with stickers will help overcome the fear of darkness and monsters lurking in it. Just spray some water around the room with it before sleep.
5. A game of rings
For this you’ll need paper plates, a paper tube, adhesive tape, scissors, and paints. Tape the tube to one of the plates, and cut out the centers from the rest of them, coloring them as well.