January 2021 Amazing Activities


  1. What is a goal for this year that you and your child can commit to achieving?
  2. January is National Hobby Month! What is a hobby your child can start this month?
  3. Do 15 sit-ups with your child!
  4. Trivia Day! What’s a random or fun fact you can tell your child?
  5. National Bird Day! How many different kinds of birds can your child name?
  6. What are three things your child is excited about?
  7. Tell your child about a time when you felt proud of yourself. When was the last time your child felt proud of themselves?
  8. What kinds of animals eat plants?
  9. Do a collaborative drawing with your child. Take turns adding to the drawing!
  10. What color do you get if you mix blue, red and white?
  11. I spy… something orange. What orange things can your child see around them?
  12. National Hot Tea Day! Host a tea party for you and your child!
  13. What is your child’s favorite time of day and why?
  14. Take 30 minutes of quiet reading/art time with your child.
  15. What kinds of animal sounds can your child make?
  16. When/where does your child feel the most happy?
  17. Do a dance party with your child for ten minutes.
  18. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Tell your child about MLK and his work fighting for equality in the U.S.
  19. Science fun! What colors might you see on a mountain?
  20. Tell your child a funny joke.
  21. Go for a walk outside with your child for 20 minutes.
  22. How many cities in California can your child name?
  23. How many words can your child spell using the letters in “January”?
  24. Set some time to do some tidying up with your child. Can they fold the laundry or help put dishes away?
  25. I spy… something silver. What silver things can your child see around them?
  26. What something you learned when you were your child’s age?
  27. Do 25 jumping jacks with your child.
  28. How many reptiles can your child name?
  29. How many words can your child think of that rhyme with “snow”?
  30. Do 10 minutes of stretching with your child.
  31. What is something your child is looking forward to in February?
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