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Indoor Activities for Apartment Living

Indoor Activities for Apartment Living
March 18, 2020 Amber Rohal

Social distancing and self-isolation are hard enough, but when you’re limited on space because of apartment and condo size, things get extra tricky! We’ve pulled together a few great ideas to keep your little ones active in your space.

Here are some of the ways you can make the most of being indoors.


Bust a Move With YouTube!

Learn s new dance from YouTube. They’ve got step-by-step choreography channels. I’m thinking the kids are going to learn the Moon Walk and the Cha-Cha Slide while they teach me something called Renegade?


Physical Jenga

Write a move or action on your Jenga piece and every time you pull one, do that move. Come up with ideas like jumping jacks, somersaults, balance on 1 foot, frog jump, etc.


The Floor is Lava!

Do I need to explain this one? Pretend the floor is lava and you need to get to the kitchen-livingroom-bathroom without stepping in lava! Your kids will be experts, so be prepared to bring your a-game.


Balloon Volleyball and Tennis

Balloons aren’t likely to break any of your valuables, and kids love he colourful bubbles of joy, so blow a few up and play keep-up! Or call it volleyball and make some basic rules such as you can only tap it once before the next person has to. Add in fly-swatters and all of a sudden you have balloon tennis!


A Maze of Activity

Set up stations and pit stops with physical challenges like hula hooping, planking, crawling through the spiderweb of yarn/string between chairs. We’ve got a ton of ideas for indoor games and activities here


Internet to The Rescue

I can’t stress enough to parents that extra screen time is fine at a time like this. It’s a sanity saver, and here are the channels we recommend: Cosmic Kids, The Kiboomers who sing action songs, and this song sure to impress dino lovers.



How are you keeping active while indoors? Please share your ideas in the comments below! And be sure to check out some of the other “forced staycation” activities we’ve written about here.


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