101 Offline Activities You Can Do With Your Child

Hey All!

Are you looking for a fun activity to do with your child that doesn’t involve a video game or any kind of technology? Well I have a great new book to tell you about called 101 Offline Activities You Can Do With Your Child!

It’s time to put away your all your gadgets and get back to using our good old imaginations to have fun with our kids. I think as parents we should be sparking our children’s imaginations and not tearing it down with constant hours of video games or tv. I think we should make our children go out and play and get fresh air and do some physical activities. Let’s make are kids stay kids for as long as we can am I right?

With this amazing book, 101 Offline Activities You Can Do With Your Child, it will help you do just that. You’ll find activities that are VERY easy to do with your children. And when I say easy…I mean easy! These games and activities require only a few minutes of your time to get done and require little or no preparation!

Inside this amazing book you’ll find games and activities to do in indoors, when you’re out and about, or on the road.

This book really is the perfect road trip book as it has activities you can do outdoors as well as indoors and you don’t need to be home to do them. I REALLY LOVED THIS BOOK. I loved the variety of the activities found in “101 Offline Activities You Can Do With Your Child“. All of the activities don’t require any fancy electronic devices. Everything in this book can be done with items found around your house or don’t require anything all!

The book includes a variety of categories of each activity so you can know the best place to do each activity, such as anywhere in your home, in the kitchen, or on the road. The the activities are given eye-catching, interesting titles, and listed in alphabetical order. Certain activities do require adult supervision, while others involving small parts are also categorized with  parents’ reference.

This book easy to use, easy to read, it’s small enough to fit in any purse or bag for traveling, and it’s very easy to follow as you read. The activities are great and so much fun to play with. My family and I had a blast trying out the various activities in the book like painting with coffee filters and making a fort.

If your looking for some great ways to share some fun bonding time with your child, I highly recommend you get this book!

***Disclosure: I was not compensated or paid in any way for this post. I received a review copy of this book and I am sharing this for the benefit of my readers. All opinions are my own.***