With VE Day celebrations fast approaching, there's never been a better time to dive into the world of spies, secret agents and codes to make some creative games for kids.
No matter your age, playing and learning together can be a wonderful way to bridge the generation gap. But did you know the secret power of real play isn't just something kids like to do it's something they need to do? Physical activities combined with creativity and a sprinkling of imagination, exercises their minds and encourages them to work together.
At Jaques we are celebrating V.E Day with a few ideas to get you started with your own (completely screen free!) spy games for kids.
How To Make Invisible Ink And Write Your Own Secret Message
It might sound like something out of Harry Potter, but writing secret messages is one of those easy to make kids learning toys that you can all get stuck into as a family.
Mission 1: Click here for printable instructions - How to make invisible ink and write you own secret message
How To Create Your Own Secret Agent Code Name
An ideal way to tempt movie loving kids away from the television, creating your own secret agent name is great screen free fun for all the family.
Mission 2: Click here for printable instructions - How to create your own secret agent code name
How To Become A Number Detective
Perfect if your children are a fan of solving mysteries and figuring out clues, this easy to make game combines problem solving with plenty of opportunities for encouragement from the rest of the family. See if you can match the right key to open the right padlock!
Mission 3: Click here for printable instructions - How to be a Number detective
These spy games are not just creative games for kids, but can be enjoyed by all ages too, and VE Day offers a wonderful opportunity for all generations to share stories and find new ways to play and learn together.