pizza, ice cream, board games, or family video games(if you're more techy)..
Find out what they like to do and maybe have a family day tomorrow...mini golf, catch a movie, play baseball/batting cages, go on a picnic.
Tommorow night maybe have a movie night with make your own pizzas or ice cream sundaes...
Just a though. Sending you tons of luck and fun!
A few tried-and-true tips:
1) Spend a few meals in a resturant or nuetral setting, like a park picnic or Dennys. (This especially works for older kids on the first few nights home). We always liked to get to know them and talk about family rules befre brining them home, so it was less intimidating
2) Let them "decorate" their rooms. Offer a board or place to hang photos, (perhaps of birth family) or artwork, school assignments etc. We always set up the room prior to the placement (when we had notice) but then would go to the store together to pick up last minute items. Letting them select their own bedding, clothing and toiletries restores a sense of empowerment and normalcy
3) During your family group meeting (between social worker, birth family, possibly you, CASA worker etc) find out what the kids enjoy, so you can utilize that in your home. If you can't find out---ask!
4) Do group activies, like board games or visit the zoo.
5) Finally, allow plenty of "downtime", and identify a place in your home when your foster children can go to spend a few minutes of along time. This could be a special tree outside, their bed, the family den downstairs, etc.
Hope this helps~!
How exciting! I don't have any advice to add, I just wanted to wish you good luck.
Please let us know how it's going after you all settle in!