These indoor kids activities are part of a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Georgia Pacific. The opinions and text are all mine.
Fall and winter in South Texas means a lot of rainy days which means we get stuck inside a lot. But it doesn’t mean we have to be bored or spend a bunch of money of things to keep the kids busy! Sometimes items we have around our house everyday are the best toys!
This week we had a stretch of rainy days that happened to coincide with a delivery of a bunch of Sparkle® Paper Towels which meant it was time to get our play on! Check out some of the easy indoor kids activities we came up with!
Indoor Kids Activities with Paper Towels
Weston is a very active boy so when we’re stuck in the house, he usually tries to run laps around the first floor. So giving him some indoor kids activities that have a little bit of structure make our days a little less chaotic. Sometimes I plan things to do if I know the weather is going to be bad. But sometimes I just have to wing it!
Those are the days we often have the most fun!
Paper Towel Bowling
Bowling is one of Weston’s favorite activities these days even though he’s never been to a bowling alley. If something looks like it could be a bowling pin, he’s quick to set it up and find a ball.
So when we opened our new Sparkle® Spirited Prints paper towels, Weston anounced that it was time for a bowling battle! I barely had time to admire the brand new designs before he was setting up the pins!
I asked Weston to pick out his favorites of the new Sparkle® Spirited Prints paper towels to be his bowling pins. He chose Quirky, Bikes, and Butterflies! Quirky was for me, Bikes for him, and Butterflies for Carrigan! Such a thoughtful little guy when it comes to paper towel bowling!
All we needed was a ball and he was ready to bowl!
While setting up the pins to play another game of bowling, we discovered that our Sparkle® Paper Towels could also be used to build! We built towers, a bridge, and even a pyramid. That pyramid inspired our next game as well!
Weston had a blast with just the paper towels and a ball!
Carnival Games at Home
The pyramid we built inspired me to teach Weston how to play a classic carnival game. He’s never played the game where you throw a ball at a stack of cans. But he loves to throw balls and our Sparkle® Paper Towels were a lot quieter than a bunch of cans. We had fun stacking the paper towels in different formations and seeing how many throws it took him to knock them all down!
The possibilities for different stacks were pretty much endless which made this one of our favorite indoor kids activities!
The last thing we did was one of Weston’s favorite indoor kids activities. He loves creating obstacle courses so it was his idea that we use our paper towels to put one together!
There was a lot of hopping and jumping going on with this course. And after I was done playing with Weston, he wouldn’t let me have the rolls of paper towels back. He spent another half hour designing more obstacle courses!
I think it’s pretty clear that we love our new Sparkle® Spirited Prints paper towels! I love them because they are a cute addition to our kitchen and Weston loves them because they are super fun to play with when we don’t need them for more practical uses!
The new prints are some of my favorites. I love the bright colors and playfulness of the designs. Groovy Swirl is one of my favorites because I love the colors and the whimsical design!
Weston had fun orgazining the designs in different ways as part of our games! As a mom, I loved seeing him express himself in a fun, new way with the Sparkle® Spirited Prints designs! With them we get “Just Right Style” for our busy daily lives which means a pop of fun in the middle of it all!
Which of the new Sparkle® Spirited Prints paper towels are the “Just Right Style” for your family?
You don’t wear the same thing every day. Why should your home? See all 17 Sparkle® Spirited Prints designs at http://www.sparkletowels.com/products/spirited-prints.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Georgia Pacific. The opinions and text are all mine.