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Maybe frisbe or kikball and when i was in preschool we played hot potato SmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmile

by TSfan#1 on 7/17/2012 1:13:50 PM

 
 

I babysit and i have some good clients!!! But whenever i babysit me and the kids just do the same stuff like board games, watch tv, or play hide n seek
The family has two girls(4&5) and one boy(10) i need some things i can do with them...during the day and at night...thx so much(:

by Lovin.life5253 on 1/21/2012 9:06:03 AM

 
 



MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD i'm babysitting and i need cute and fun ideas to keep 3 girls busy 2 of them are eight and one i 9 please help




Hey girlie,

There are lots of things to do! Try baking cookies with them and giving each of them a responsibility while you mix the batter, spoon out the dough, etc. (Obviously, you take care of the oven stuff.) Rev up your imagination and offer to play house with them, where you dress up and have baby dolls and go to each other's "houses" for tea or dinner. They'll love that! You could also play fashion designer, where you all draw clothes and pretend you're working in an office. You could give them newspaper to crumple up into balls and have an autumn "snowball" fight. You could also play lots of board games too Smile
Lauren C.

by juliacar on 10/15/2011 11:01:01 AM

 
 

OMG thx sososososososososo much Helen S.!!! U and ur tips rock! Laughing

by sweetpea185 on 8/26/2011 4:20:09 PM

 
 



MODMODMODMODMODMODMODMOD!!!!!!!!!!
Ok so I'm 11 (12 in January!) and I'm really mature and smart for my age. I want to be a babysitter (I've taken the course too) but there are a few problems. #1 I live on an acreage 10 minutes out of town and have no older siblings that could drive me or give me any babysitting experience. #2 I'm really super short (4 feet 8 inches Frown ) so I'm not sure people would take me seriously. #3 There's a LOT of competition in my town. And #4 My mom won't let me put up posters. PLEEEEAAAASSSE HELP!!!! thx Smile




1) Is there any public transportation you can take? If not you just need to arrange your appointments around times when your parents or your clients can drive you. 2) If you feel this way don't let it show. How are customers supposed to believe in you if you don't? 3&4)Ask your mom  if she will help get the word out to some of her friends 
Helen S.

by sweetpea185 on 8/19/2011 5:23:06 PM

 
 

Here are some things to do with kids you babysit:
coloring books
chalk
bubbles
bug hunts
walks
Park
Scooter/bike rides
play games like telephone or duck duck goose
ask them what they want to do
Barbies or anything in their toy room
Movies are great(especially for bedtime)

by mtf1998 on 7/25/2011 1:53:21 PM

 
 

MOD MOD MOD MOD I am babysitting 3 school-aged girls (ages 8, 9 and 10) and I have no idea what games to play with them. Mostly, because I have to babysit them for 8-9 hours EVERYDAY 5 days a week! What am I supposed to do for 8 hours with 3 girls. What if they get bored? I need a little help!

Hey girly,
You might want to run an online search for fun games to play with these girls. Some board games is another good alternative. You can also try something like baking cookies or brownies and then decorating them.


Catie C.

by lemontwist213 on 7/1/2011 1:55:25 PM

 
 

MODMODMODMOMDODMODMODMDODMDO
hiii. sooo im trying to get a baby sitting job and i have alreeady tried putting a flyer up in my local super market. but they dont allow people to do that anymmoree so anny ideaas? thhanks xxx

 

Hey girlie! Do you know anyone with kids? Just casually let them know that you are a great babysitter and you would love to babysit any time. Try fam friends, teachers, etc. 

Erin G.

by hdance5 on 5/17/2011 4:45:35 PM

 
 

I think the right age for starting babysitting is 12 or 13. That's mine and my mom's opinion.

by Volleyball Girl22 on 5/15/2011 2:52:32 PM

 
 

Take them bug hunting!

by kirklin22 on 5/9/2011 5:37:27 PM

 
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