Give your children a box filled with clothes, fun accessories and props from around your home. Encourage them to use their imagination to bring a show to life, such as a musical performance, a special dance, or acting out their favorite movie! Now sit down (on your couch), and enjoy the show.
Make snack time fun by creating a unique design on a plate using healthy snacks for kids. Turn fruit and toast into a cute sea creature, koala or bear!
Find the 7 elements that have changed or are missing from one photo to the next. Download this fun activity and test your detective skills in Club Med paradise!
Channel your inner traveler with Club Med crossword and word search games illustrated by Amazing Family artist Leona Rose.
Parents will lead the game by picking a color of an item they spot in their homes, by saying… “I spy with my little eye, the color yellow!” and little ones will look for things around the house that match that color. Kids will shout their guesses… “a banana!” or “mom’s straw hat from Cancun!” until they guess right!
Invite an animal friend home with Google AR animals. Level up homeschooling by helping your kids grasp the scale of animals you can spot, such as a sea turtle on the beaches of Ixtapa, or the various species of sharks in Maldives.
Simply google the animal you wish to view and scroll down till you find the 'View in 3D' button.
First, gather old magazines and newspapers from throughout your home. Next, take a pair of scissors and cut out your favorite destinations, activities, outfits, and anything that inspires you. Then, with glue, paste your cutouts on a blank piece of paper or poster board, and watch your next dreamy getaway come to life!
With the warmth of the Spring sun, it’s the perfect time to splash around and enjoy some water fun!
Gather a bin, some toys, and just a splash of water to make any of the following sensory games come to lif in your own backyard: a pretend washing station for their doll or favorite truck, gather several toys and guess which items will sink or swim, pick up leaves, flowers and rocks from your outdoor area to create a natural pond… the possibilities are endless.
Get your Fall décor ready with personalized hand turkeys! Whether yours is wearing sneakers, jewelry, or hats, there’s no better way to get your crew in the spirit than with their very own take on the traditional Fall activity!
- Grab a piece of colored construction paper and set it down on a clean flat surface. Take your right or left hand and spread it to where the thumb is just slightly further apart from the rest of your fingers. Place your hand on the paper and with a pencil, outline the entire shape, stopping at your wrist. Connect both ends.
- Outline your pencil drawing with any color you prefer. Add legs, eyes, and a beak.
- Make it yours: whether your turkey is singing or wearing sneakers, decorate it to match your personality and make it truly, uniquely, a reflection of you.
- Display your turkeys side by side to create your very own Thanksgiving family turkey portrait.
Download our printable coloring sheet and use your imagination to bring the design to life. This activity is perfect for any age. Did you know coloring stimulates relaxation and improves focus? Give it a try!
Using non-toxic washable paint, dip your baby or toddler’s hand into blue paint, and let them smear the color on a white poster board. Add drops of water to dilute the paint, to create lighter shades of blue. Once they are done, set aside to dry for one hour. We can’t wait to see their masterpiece!
Inspire your very own Mini Michelangelos with this easy at-home recipe for moldable clay!
Ingredients: 1 cup of fine salt, 2 cups of flour, 1 cup of lukewarm water, food coloring or paint, molds (optional), a rolling pin and lots of imagination!
Steps: Combine the salt and flour into a bowl and mix. Begin adding the water slowly as you form a clay-like dough. Use your hands to roll the dough until you get the right consistency. If the dough is too crumbly, add water, if it sticks to your fingers, add a little flour.
Coloring: Use non-toxic food dyes when creating your clay to add color to the dough, or decorate with paint after your sculpture has fully dried.
Drying: Place in oven for 30 minutes at 180° F/80° C, or let dry for several days in a dry space.
Kids can create their own personalized DIY scrapbook of their favorite Club Med memories – just print, cut and paste their favorite @leonarose illustrations onto a blank canvas.
Play switcheroo with your kids and have them make breakfast for the family — with supervision, of course. These egg cups can also be frozen, so you can make a big batch and freeze extras for future protein-packed snacks.
Using non-toxic washable paint, dip your baby or toddler’s hand into green paint, and let them smear the color on a white poster board. Add drops of water to dilute the paint, to create lighter shades of green. Once they are done, set aside to dry for one hour. Tip: Add in a bit of red to showcase a parrot perched in a tree, like the one found on the Michès resort icon. We can’t wait to see their!
Learn how to make stamps out of potatoes to decorate your very own greeting or birthday cards. Parents you’ll need to help your little ones with this project, to carve out their favorite designs. Share your most beautiful creations on Instagram with the hashtag #ClubMedatHome.
Follow along our very own guided yoga poses with your little ones, such as the archery pose and the flying trapeze jump!
The best crafts are the ones you can make with items that are easily accessible. For this zen garden, grab your kids and gather some rocks, sand, and paint. Easy peasy.
Help your children drift into a peaceful sleep, by concluding their day delightful adventures with our favorite audiobook for kids.