Uncommon but Fun Age Regression Activities

 

Ciao lovelies! Today I’d like to share with you all some Agere content! Today’s post is about uncommon but fun age regression activities. “Uncommon” in this case means not often mentioned on the lists of “agere things to do” that float around Tumblr, and other parts of the internet! Of course, I can’t prevent SOME overlap that may occur, but I have tried my best to include lots of age regression activities that I haven’t really seen mentioned elsewhere.

 

This list is designed specifically for Age Regressors in mind, but you could also find joy in this list even if you’re not an Age Regressor! If you’re here but don’t know what Age Regression is, check out our blog post on “What is Age Regression?” If you’re here because you don’t regress, but maybe just like fun things, you’re also in the right place! Like I said before, this list is not ONLY for age regressors, but it is designed for them. OK- so let’s get into the list! 😊


Uncommon and Fun Age Regression Activities!

 

Doing Meditation/Yoga:

Meditation can be a great way to center your mind and clear it out of negativity or bad thoughts. You can also find guided meditation podcasts on music streaming services like Spotify, but also on places like YouTube.

As for Yoga, there’s plenty of children’s Yoga that can provide some physical activity as well! Guided Children’s Yoga has become more popular over the years and I bet there’s YouTube videos for it.

 

Learning Dance Routines:

This activity can be good for all the K-Pop-loving kiddos out there, or for anyone who likes dancing. This is a great physical activity that can both count as exercise and creative expression.

 

Making Up Songs/Singing Karaoke:

Another activity great for creative expression, making up songs! Your songs can literally be about anything you want/can think of!

If making up songs is not your thing, try singing some Karaoke! You can sing along to any song that strikes your fancy.

 

Trying to Speak in another Language:

I love this activity, because learning new languages always makes me regress. Something about trying to learn something challenging and new really strikes that chord for me. Plus it can be fun to learn new alphabets! You can even find kid’s worksheets in whatever your target language is.

 

Taking a Free Online Course:

I adore learning when I’m small, so I love taking free online courses whenever I can find them. Sometimes your local library has access to sites that can provide you free online courses, so be sure to check their website!

 

Reading Kid’s Magazines Online:

Another service that might be provided by your local library is access to reading magazines online! My local library has access to kid’s magazines about animals, teen magazines, and more! I love reading through these when I’m small.

 

Browsing through the NASA online Image and Video Library:

The internet can sometimes provide great resources for regression, especially if you’re a space-loving kiddo like me! Maybe if the weather’s bad and you can’t stargaze outside, you could look at the NASA image library instead!

 

What do you think of these ideas? Would you try any of them? Let me know in the comments! 





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2 Comments

  1. It's always good to see a new post from you ^-^ I wouldn't have thought of meditation as an age regression activity, but I see how it could be. Meditating can definitely put you in a different headspace.

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    1. When I listed Meditation I was thinking of it for a relaxing activity that could help one become regressed, plus I have heard of guided kid's meditation exercises that I thought could also help one regress. :D Thank you for reading!

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