Wake window activities Spin the wheel, Wake window activities are activities that are typically done during the time period in which a person is awake and alert. that you can use to pick a random item from the list: walk, paint, picnic, books, tape, water paint, water, metal, park, swing, pipe cleaner, sensory bag, basket, play sand, tenpuratures, dance, instruments, sponges, fabric, balloon, fruit, edible paint, rescue, wall tape, flashlight, bubbles, moon sand, discovery wall, ice cubes, foam, baby walk, songs, mirror, skills, animals, TV, animals, puppets, drawing, couch cushions, peekaboo, hide and seek, searching, photo albums, ride, car ride, pots and pans, singing, photoshoot!!, spin again.
These activities can vary widely depending on a person's interests and needs, and can include things like working, studying, exercising, socializing, and engaging in hobbies or creative pursuits. Wake window activities can be an important part of a healthy routine, as they can help to keep a person active and engaged, and can contribute to their overall well-being and quality of life. Some people may prefer to structure their wake window activities around a specific schedule or routine, while others may be more spontaneous in their approach. It is important to find a balance that works for an individual and that allows them to get the most out of their waking hours.