1. The “Mom I’m Bored Jar”
Beat boredom with productive activities! The Wellness Mama explains how she fills a jar with wooden tokens that have a variety of activities written on them from simple exercises to doing chores. Any time a child complains of being bored, they have to pull a token from the jar and perform the task that’s written. Best of all, Wellness Mama says that as reluctant as her children were at first to do some of the chores, it has now become a game for them and they enjoy doing the work just as much as the fun activities. For a complete list of her boredom-beating ideas, check out the website here.