Just some of the activities I do with my cubs. While Baby games can help someone get in the mindset, to be honest they get real boring real fast. Both for a caretaker and for a cub. So here's a list of some things I like to do when I watch my little ones.
1. Board Games - (My two favorite are Mousetrap and Hungry Hungry Hippos). This is a nostalgia thing I guess and sadly not as popular with today's youth it seems, but I find it allows my cub to regress to an earlier time where video games just weren't feasible. This activity allows you to to do something childish but is still engaging enough to keep your adult mind interested. Plus it instills a friendly sense of competition.
2. Art Be it coloring in a coloring book or my personal favorite finger painting, this activity allows the little's imagination to run wild. And while coloring books can be cute, I find cubs get more interested in creating their own masterpieces. Plus it make for some nice art I can hang on my refrigerator.
3. Story Time Not Go Dog Go, but I find stories from my little's youth keep them quite engaged. Favorites include Goosebumps, Animorphs, and Choose your own adventure. Or find some ABDL fiction online and read it aloud to your cub.
4. Crafts Everyone remembers those silly crafts they did at camp or in gradeschool. They're great for play stations too. Be it Macaroni pictures or popsicle stick sculptures, they allow the adult mind to function while at the same time steering that mind into a childish direction.
5. Outings Padded or not, taking your little to the zoo or Aquarium can be just what they need to make them feel young again. I find even a simple trip to the park and being pushed on the swing often relaxes my cubs.
6. Baking 'Babies' like a making a mess, so allow them to do it productively, cookies and cake batter allow for a happy albeit hyper little. Plus the snacks afterwards can be enjoyable.
I may post more later. Feel free to add your own.