3. Learn to Cook
Start with simple, no cook snacks and work your way up to family dinners. If you can’t find a local cooking class, Whole Foods and  Sur la Table frequently offer parent and child cooking classes.

4. Scavenger Hunts
You can make simple scavenger hunts for little kids and give older kids more complex clues to solve. These are a great way to introduce your children to museums by asking them to identify items in the paintings or displays. Outdoor scavenger hunts in the local park promote team play and problem solving while keeping them moving.