If you're stuck in the house with your kids, try a classic treasure hunt that's fun and gets them moving.
Create a clue to find a location or item, then have another clue waiting at that spot. That tip leads to the next spot, and so on. Place a treasure, such as a toy or treat, at the final destination.
This self-directed activity empowers the child to complete a task on their own (or cooperatively if playing with others). Place a treasure, such as a toy or treat, at the final location. At the same time, the child learns about sequencing, which is the importance of following steps in order.
Also, the treasure hunt should be challenging for the brain with hints that require some thinking.