Indoor Games you can revisit with your kids during Coronavirus lockdown

Indoor Games you can revisit with your kids during Coronavirus lockdown Banner
Indoor Games you can revisit with your kids during Coronavirus lockdown Banner
Indoor Games you can revisit with your kids during Coronavirus lockdown Banner

With India opting for a full 21-day lockout, we're running out of things to do. Schools are closed, so a lot of people work from home. That means that we spend a lot of time with our spouses or with kids.

But we know that games are actual stress buster. Right? Here are a few indoor games that will help you spend your time with your kids and even enjoy or brings your old days back during the lockdown.

Here are some old indoor games you can play with your kids, old for you but new for your kids -

LUDO



Ludo is a tactic board game for two to four players, in which the players race their four tokens from start to finish according to the rolls of a single die.

During this lockdown ludo can be a simple and enjoyable game to play with your kids or loved ones and can bring back the memories of the classic board game forever.

You can also play this game online and can connect to your loved ones around the globe.

UNO



Again, Uno is one of the pretty standard game and family-friendly games to play - simple rules, very competitive and a lot of made-up rules.

This can be a perfect game for kids above age 10 or 12.

DUMB CHARADE



Dumb Charades is a word guessing game and can add lots of excitement and fun.

This is one of the best games you can play with your family. Dumb Charades involves explaining the name of a movie through acting. A person is not allowed to talk and is required to act out the name by using different facial expressions, gestures and body language.

You can also give Animal Name, flower or any cartoon characters name to your kids.

NAME, PLACE THING ANIMAL



We hope that you must have played this game during your childhood days.

Let’s play this game once again with your kids and check their knowledge.

CHESS



Chess is a two-player strategy board game played on a checkered board with 64 squares arranged in an 8×8 grid. Also, chess is not everyone’s cup of tea as this game needs more concentration and strategy.

It’s a perfect time to teach your kid how to play chess and it’s strategy.

RAJA MANTRI CHOR SIPAHI



It is a kind of role-playing game that's a common Indian pastime. It requires four-player and each player plays the role of either the Raja, mantra, chor or sipahi and then sipahi (police) have to guess the thief's identity.

Play this game with your kids, it will be fun.

ANTAKSHRI



If you're born in an Indian family you're obviously accustomed to the Antakshari traditional musical game. Whatever the chance, people like to participate in this game and have a lot of fun playing it. So let’s bring this musical game once again and deal with this lockdown.

You can also ask your kids to sing a poem or song as well.

ATLAS



This is one of the games which every teenager must have played during their school days. This game not only adds lots of fun but also educate you about countries and state names.
This will be the best game for kids to educate their knowledge.

TONGUE TWISTER CHALLENGES

Tongue twister can be a very fun game to play with your kids during this lockdown as it is also a great way to practice, improve pronunciation and fluency in your kids. Try this.

TIPPY-TIPPY-TAP-TAP



Tippy tippy tap tap can be a good game to play with your kids as this game memory will help your kids to keep their memory strong about different colours .

SCRABBLE



Scrabble is a board game that might boost your child's vocabulary, and so make their writing and reading skills. It is played with small white "tiles". It is also an ideal way to learn and play with letters.

We hope these games will definitely help you to enjoy your quarantine with your kids.

This is the best time to spend quality time with your family and make good memories and take photos of happy times. Make every effort to enjoy the time at home even as you stay safe.

Happy Quarantine. Stay Safe & Stay healthy!

Published on: 03rd April 2020