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Boredom Busters: 5 Games Kids can Play Indoors!

By Liz Cerezo |

We are right smack in the middle of summer in Southern California, and the heat combined with 3 bored kids is driving me insane!

I personally am not a fan of the hot weather.  All in all, I can’t stand hot weather. We’ve been in the high 90s to low 100s in temperature, and when we can’t make it out to the pool, we are keeping cool with the love of my life, the AC.

Still, I have 3 kids who are looking for entertainment.  Keeping them cooped up in the cool indoors is great but it can be limiting in what they do. We’ve already had one Spanish language immersion day at home, so here are 5 entertaining, boredom busting, Latin-themed games kids can play indoors!

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Let's Head Indoors! 5 Latin-themed Boredom Busters for kids!

Let's get indoors and play!

If the temperature is rising, no need to panic!  Keep the kids entertained with these fun activities!

Photo Source: JigZone.com, Babble.com, 123teachme.com, learninggamesforkids.com and education.com.

 

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About Liz Cerezo

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Liz Cerezo

Liz Cerezo is a self-appointed Disney fanatic. Living just a few short miles from Disneyland park, Liz’s love for Disneyland grows with each magical visit. As the co-founder of Disneylandia al Dia, the first and only Spanish-language blog dedicated to the Disneyland Resort. Liz also shares her parenting journey on her personal blog, Family is Familia. Read bio and latest posts → Read Liz Cerezo's latest posts →

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