You seem to assume of a child's energy levels.
Afternoon naps are 'a thing' of the past. A past that is not that distant.
Now afternoons are the most busiest among all the waking hours. With full tummies. Revitalised energies. Creative juices over flowing most of the time.
Here's a glimpse of what's been happening over the few afternoons gone by.
A quick make-shift tent. A space that was called "my home". Cooking toys. Cycle. Dogs. A complete set-up.
Some mind-filled and brain users: learning numbers and counting with jig-saw cards from Mickey Mouse Club House format.
How can art and craft be left out? Since Sia is so obssessed by the spelling of her name and knew to spell it out as S-I-A, even actually before she knew anything about alphabets or phonetics, we made this name dangler. Shapes were being instrumental at this phase in everything we did. So we incorporated it in the design. She was learning to string beads and I insisted on it to build a tad of patience in my child. The dangler had an out-and-out Sia feel.
We used: waste drawing paper, water colours, glitters, string of beads and the sun and air to dry up the paints.
Many more makings are in the way....and ideas seem to pour out. However the afternoon pace seems to have slowed down a bit, especially since Sia has discovered the joy of being with a friend and spending time with play and companionship.