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It can be tough to keep preschoolers entertained while you’re stuck at home. That’s why I had to put together all of these active indoor activities for preschoolers.
This is a list of super fun activities to do with your toddlers that are educational and can help get that built up energy out!
Simply look through the list and click on the “Continue Reading” button under the activity you want to learn more about. It will take you to the page with that exact activity to do!
These active activities are designed to be low-prep on your part, but incredibly fun for the younger kids. Some even include ways to get the older kids involved too!
But Just Quick… Indoor Active Toys for Preschoolers
This little list includes active toys that can be used indoors over and over again.
Keep reading below for active activities you can do with your preschoolers right now if you’re looking to do something today.
Monkey Around Board Game
Alex Monkey Balance Board
Little Tikes Mini Trampoline
National Geographic Balance Stepping Stones
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An active activity to play with kids of all ages. You can even get the parents involved! Download your free printable game with 20 different animals.
This hopscotch game can be played indoors to help coordination, colors, and numbers!
A super fun and unique way to keep the kids active indoors just using things around the house!
If you have a dinosaur loving child, this is the perfect way to help get their energy out! Download this free dinosaur cube to play!
Get the kids up and moving inside with some balloons! They'll be laughing the whole time.
Who said you can only golf outside? Take this time to teach the kids how to golf inside!
A fun way to teach kids how to spell their name while staying active in the house.
This fun grid is used in multiple ways depending on age to educate and keep the kids active all day.
This active indoor game is perfect for those super small spaces. It can even be done in a hallway!
It happens to be bug week during our at-home preschool this week and this bug game is perfect to keep the kids active!
Download this free indoor scavenger hunt template to keep the kids entertained. It can help them write and learn their numbers. Can't write yet, put numbers on stickers for them to use!
Bring your child's basketball hoop inside and play this educational alphabet game! Don't have a baskethoop? Use a tote or laundry basket!
An easy way to play the bean bag game inside while teaching colors and hand eye coordination.
Put together bowling and counting and you have this super fun yet educational activity indoors!
Take obstacle courses to the next level with this super active spider web version!
A fun indoor scavenger hunt to teach preschoolers the alphabet and still challenges older kids! Comes with a free printable to use.
An easy way to play basketball inside to get your children's energy out!
Keep the kids entertained by creating a Nerf course in the house! Includes tips to create targets from items you already have in the house.