5 Quiet Time Activities for Kids
June 17, 2020

5 Quiet Time Activities for Kids

5 Quiet Time Activities for Kids!

We all have those ‘moments’ when we just need a 5min break to relax and enjoy watching the kids play quietly…here are our Top 5 Quiet Time Activities that will be sure to give you some much deserved quiet time! This post has been sponsored by Nurofen Zavance with the thought that these activities can offer you a little quiet time whilst you recover from a headache or enjoy a hot cup of tea!

Number 1. Quick and easy No Cook Playdough! This recipe is so easy to whip up and will keep little hands quietly playing for ages! Find our popular recipe here. 

No cook Playdough

Number 2. Marble Painting! This is a relatively mess free activity that kids LOVE to play with! Find all the easy details here. 

Marble Painting - clean but messy FUN!!

Number 3. Decorate Rocks using Crayons – easy, FUN and mess free creativity!! Read all about it here. 

Rock Art - using crayons! Mess free FUN!!

Number 4. TWO Ingredient NO cook Clay!! That’s right – just mix these two ingredients together to make your own Air Drying Clay! The kids can create their own masterpieces and then paint them once they’re dry! Read all about it here. 

Easy homemade Clay!! Two ingredients and NO cooking!!

Number 5. Make your own Personalised Puzzles – fun to make and also to play with! Read all about them here. 

DIY Puzzles using Pop Sticks!

I suffer from lots of common headaches and the activities listed above act as a great life saver whilst I wait for pain medication to ‘kick-in’ (which isn’t long thanks to Nurofen Zavance). I know there can be many factors why I might be experiencing headaches, like dehydration, but I hadn’t thought much about muscle pain being a factor. I recently watched this video which started to make me look more closely at my common headaches…as well as arming me with some great facts for my next trivia night!

The level of strain and pressure placed on most mother’s shoulders is huge (figuratively and literally speaking!). No wonder I often experience headaches, after all, everything in your body is connected, that’s why when you feel the pain of a headache, and it may be caused by tension in the muscles in your head and neck! Luckily for me I always have some Nurofen Zavance on hand because Nurofen Zavance* is absorbed up to twice as fast as standard Nurofen…perfect for Mums who don’t have the luxury of extra time off to recover! *For the temporary relief of pain and/or inflammation, always read the label. Use only as directed. Incorrect use could be harmful. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.

We hope these simple and FUN activities help you to get a little quiet time or just add some extra FUN to your day!

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Louise x

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Full Mandatories/Disclaimers:

  • Always read the label. Use only as directed. Incorrect use could be harmful. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional. For the temporary relief of pain and/or inflammation
  • Nurofen Zavance is absorbed up to twice as fast as standard Nurofen
  • Bendtsen 2011, Curr Pain Headache Rep, Pgs 451, 451, 456; Headache Classif’n Committee of IHS , Cephalgia 2013, Pg 659; Bendtsen 2009, pg 527; Fernandez-de-las-Penas C et al Cephalgia 2007, pgs 383, 386, 387; Schachtel B, Furey S and Thoden W. Non prescription iburpfoen and acetaminophen in the treatment of tension-type headache, J clin pharmacol 1996; 36: 1120-1125

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