Kids day out
Created by Updated on Dec 03, 2013
Hi friends,,,,am really confused as to where shud i take 3 yr old on weekends..... am myself bored of taking him to malls .....can anybody suggest some places to go where my lil one can have fun and do some physical activities too
| Dec 03, 2013
Hi Varsha, Here are some ideas that you may find interesting, read this blog https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/things-to-do-with-your-children-before-they-grow-up/219
| Dec 04, 2013
Hi Varsha, 3 year olds are mainly interested in seeing animals. so zoos, sanctuaries, animal shelters can be ur top priority. When they are able to feed the animals they will be overjoyed. Also making beach castles will be a fantasy for them. I see many kids pouring water in park sand and playing with the beach set for hours in a world of their own. Maybe he would like to do cycling( of course with supporting wheels) on empty roads outside probably on Sundays. If he likes to play in water, a day out on swimming pools in kids pool section will be fun. Nowadays I see so many kites flying in Bengaluru. U can fly a kite for him and kids love to see that.
| Dec 05, 2013
hey Varsha, since you live in Delhi, you could take your child to : 1) the Rail museum. Children in family love going there. and the weather is also right for day outiungs. 2)These days many workshops, children's plays and art events take place in Delhi. Particularly at India Habitat Center, Lodhi Road. Going to such events once in a while is not only a welcome break but also opens up a new window to the child and the parent as well. At Epicenter here in Gurgaon, we once went for a puppet play and I took my little nephew along. So without thinking that your child is too young for these things, its good to give it a try. You can read daily, weekly updates in the newspaper or find about these online as well. On fridays, I get to see a comprehensive list of weekend events in Times of India.
| Dec 05, 2013
The zoo, as shared by Meenambigai above, or a picnic at India gate or Lodhi gardens, are other good options in this weather. And lastly, sometimes, when we cant go out, I like to bring the party home. You could call mums n kids for a drawing and painting evening (not a competition), for a baking party or for a story reading session.