Over and Out!: 2 Great Obstacle Courses
You don't need a sunny day to create an obstacle course. This one works just fine in the living room. Once you've set it up, make sure to demonstrate it at least once before giving your kid a crack at it. Keep in mind that you'll likely need to shout out reminders for the sections, since it will probably be too difficult for your child to remember the entire set of directions. Below is a sample course. If you don't have one of the items listed, feel free to substitute something else!
What You Need:
- A gang of energetic kids — 4 or more is ideal
- Obstacles! These can be anything from furniture to toys to sports equipment. See the instructions below for inspiration.