5 Totally Awesome Alexa Parenting Hacks

If you’re like me, you’re probably always looking for ways to make your life a little easier. Well, have I got some good news for you! Turns out, there are some awesome Alexa parenting hacks that can help take the load off. From keeping track of your kids’ activities to controlling their screen time, Alexa can do it all. Keep reading to find out more.

These digital smart assistants are seriously next level, totally unbelievable. Try these Alexa parenting hacks!

They are getting so clever it blows my mind. Soon kids won’t need parents. They will just need an Alexa! hahaha

“Hey Alexa, cook dinner!”

“Hey Alexa, run my bath”

“Hey Alexa, where’s mum?”

Did you know Alexa could even whisper? It can also help you find your lost keys, or better yet, did you know it could play Hide and Seek with you? Now that’s cool!

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Alexa has quickly become a staple in many homes, and it’s no surprise that parents are finding new and clever ways to use the voice-activated assistant to make their lives easier. One popular hack is to set Alexa as a bedtime alarm for kids. By saying something like “Alexa, set an alarm for 7:00 PM,” you can create a daily reminder for your child to start getting ready for bed.

Another useful Alexa parenting hack is to use the voice-controlled speaker to play white noise or soothing music at nap time or bedtime. This can help your little one drift off to sleep more easily. And if you’re looking for a fun way to keep your kids entertained, you can ask Alexa to play games like Mad Libs or I Spy.

So if you’re looking for some clever ways to use Alexa around the house, these parenting hacks are a great place to start.

“Alexa, play Choose your own Adventure”

TikTokers always have lots of fun with Alexa, especially after they discovered ‘choose your own adventure’ skill, which takes bedtime stories to a new level as kids are led through interactive tales by a narrated voice.


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“Alexa, where did I put that annoying toy”

Forget where you put your keys, or stashed the kid’s toys? Alexa’s memory skill ensures that you never lose your keys, phone or the school shoes again.

Simply tell Alexa when you sit the object down and then if you can’t find it she will remind you exactly where you put it! How cool?!


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“Alexa, open hide and seek”

You will love Alexa’s spin on the classic game of hide and seek. In this version of the game, everyone hides as Alexa plays the seeker and tries to guess their location. Quick, go hide!

Whisper mode

Alexa’s whisper mode is NEXT LEVEL! If you whisper to Alexa, she’ll whisper right back. Perfect for avoiding how to wake your kids, or pets, up from their nap, or asking those tricky questions you’d rather others didn’t hear.

Spongebob Challenge

Simply say “Alexa, play the Spongebob challenge” and your kids can engage in a fun memory game where they are waiters at the Krusty Krab and take orders. The game increases in difficulty as the kids have to remember more and more orders.

What other clever Alexa parenting hacks have you found useful around the house?

Alexa has become a staple in many homes, and there are plenty of clever ways to use it for your own Alexa parenting hacks. For instance, you can set up Alexa reminders to help you keep track of your child’s daily schedule. You can also use Alexa to play white noise or soothing music to help your baby sleep, or to turn on the lights when it’s time to get up in the morning.

And if you’re ever in a pinch, you can ask Alexa to order diapers or other essential items from Amazon. In short, there are endless ways to utilize Alexa parenting hacks, and I’m sure we’ll continue to find new and innovative ways to use her around the house.

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