1. Collect Leaves
Children old enough to handle a crayon can make angel faces. Lay a leaf on paper and rub outward with side of crayon, creating a silhouette and making different halo and hairdo effects. Remove the leaf and draw in a chin, a face, and an outline for the hair.
2. Growing Plants
Children are big enough to do many things under parents supervision, growing plants is one of them. You can find many seeds in your kitchen that you can give them to grow in some disposable pots or glasses e.g. corriander seeds, chillies, mustard seeds, chickpeas and fenugreek.
3. Shadow Tracing
kids will find this activity quite very interesting. they can do it with the colored chalks while standing in the sun and drawing an outline of the shadow on the floor with the help of chalks.
4. Plan a Treasure Hunt
On your own, plant little dime-store jewels and treasures in the garden. Then draw up a map with directions. (For an ancient look, let some coffee soak into the map to brown it with age; while the paper is wet, rip it around the edges).
You can even hide the map somewhere in the house and let the kids find it while making the bed or putting away toys.
5. Get Cooking
Let the kids cook some little things like baking some brownies or cupcakes. they will enjoy doing it and will make them feel proud that they have the ability to do different tasks.
Let the kids do painting in the outdoor it will make them feel happy and will be easier for them and they will be able to think of doing and making different things without fears of making the house dirty.