10 things to do on Friday

Welcome back to the final day of our Virtual Kids Week!
Let’s kick things off with a high-energy activity for the whole family. Later, we’ll learn how to plant a garden for butterflies, make a pretty bracelet, and gain insights from a bestselling writer. Any pancake lovers out there? If so, don’t miss our guide to making the ultimate hotcakes.
  1. Break out your dancing shoes

    In this step-by-step dance tutorial, the KIDZ BOP Kids will teach you the KIDZ BOP Shuffle.
  2. Like butterflies? Here’s how you can invite some over

    With just a handful of supplies and a little patience, you can create a pollinator garden. Before long, you’ll have butterflies and bees buzzing nearby.
  3. Sculpting with sugar: how sweet it is

    You know those fancy birthday cakes that have perfectly shaped flowers on top? It turns out, with just a few ingredients and a little handiwork, you can create your very own sugar flowers.
  4. Make your very own beaded bracelet

    Learn how to make a colorful bracelet in just a few minutes, plus get tricks to make bracelet-beading easier for little or aching hands.
  5. Write your own fairy tale with Alexa

    Learn how you can use the Storyteller templates on Alexa Skill Blueprints to create your own story. Cami, Akersh, and their friend Sylvester will show you how.
  6. Sweets, supersized: Let’s make a giant chocolate chip cookie

    This cookie’s so big, it’s practically a cake! As you’ll see, this kid-tested and kid-approved treat is also pretty simple to make.
  7. This Amazon box is made with less material—and still great for building forts

    When you get a package, don't throw the box away just yet. There are plenty of fun ways to give it new life before it hits the recycling bin.
  8. Learn how the author of the "Divergent" series finds inspiration

    Novelist Veronica Roth shares perspective and two exercises that will get your creative mind working.
  9. Here’s your recipe for Saturday morning’s breakfast

    Calling all pint-size pancake lovers! Chef Tom Douglas and his helper Michaela are self-described “pancake professionals,” and they’re eager to share this recipe for the fluffiest flapjacks around.
  10. Share a smile and a couple of sweet songs with Lindsay Munroe

    It’s hard to decide which is more uplifting: the singer’s lilting voice or the powerful message of inclusion her lyrics convey.
What a fun week we’ve had! We hope our activities have helped to keep your kids entertained, engaged, and inspired—but also helped to connect you as a family during this time. Thank you for welcoming Amazon’s Virtual Kids into your homes this week. We hope you and your family had as much fun with these activities as we had sharing them with our fellow Amazonians!

Virtual Kids Week activities are intended for children with involvement from a parent or guardian.
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