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1. Go to the zoo.
There’s plenty to enjoy and learn at your local zoo. Have a fun day with your family looking at all the animals.
2. Play “Capture the Flag.”
Set up a game of capture the flag by dividing your family up into teams.
3. Write letters to extended family members.
Sometimes keeping in touch with relatives may slip your mind. Take time to write them letters to keep them updated on family life.
4. Make a scrapbook.
Collect memories and photos from around the house and design a scrapbook together.
5. Make kites.
You can buy kites or learn how to make your own. Then go outside on a nice day and enjoy the breeze.
6. Organize a room.
Cleaning and organizing can be a lot more fun when the whole family is involved. Choose a room and tackle it for the day.
7 Make boats. .
Make mini boats to sail outdoors or even in the bathtub.
8. Learn a skill together.
Study a skill together that would ordinarily be learned solo, such as a musical instrument.
9. Plant a garden.
Choose some new plants for the outdoors. You can put each family member in charge of their own plant, pot of plants, or their own garden section.
10. Go on a scavenger hunt.
Arrange a scavenger hunt indoors or outdoors. The whole family will have fun getting involved.
11. Make dessert for your neighbors.
Bake some cookies or a cake and show your neighbors how much you appreciate them.
12. Invent a card game.
There’s no need to always play the same old card games. Get your creative juices flowing and invent your own.
13. Invent a board game.
Get out some art supplies and a board and have fun designing your own game.
14. Sing karaoke.
Sing your favorite songs with the whole family.
15. Start a family newsletter.
Design a newsletter about your family for your friends and extended family members. It can include various photos and news stories.
16. Create a story together.
Write some fiction with your family. Maybe you can put each participant in charge of a chapter.
17 Create a home carnival. .
Think up your favorite carnival games and learn how to invent them at home indoors, or outside if the weather is nice.
18. Take group photos.
Grab the camera and take your own group photos. Later, as you look over them together, you’ll be happy you captured the memories.
19. Build a time capsule.
Put together a time capsule for the family to dig up a number of years in the future.
20. Start a puppet show.
Build your own puppets and your own stage. Then put on a show with the whole family.
21. Make a special dinner.
Decide on a special dinner to make where every family member can participate.
22. Make your own Olympics.
Create your own Olympic games outside. It’s a great way to have fun and get some exercise.
23. Donate old toys.
Go through old toys and choose a few to give to children who are less fortunate. Later you can allow your kids to pick out a new one since they gave up several old ones.
24. Build a car.
Build a car together if you’re feeling really crafty. It doesn’t have to be a motorized car – even a big wooden box on wheels can get kids’ imaginations going.
25. Play horseshoes.
It’s an old game but it can be a lot of fun and will get everyone outdoors.
What Will You Do?
There are so many activities that you can do with your family. Choose a unique one every so often and you’ll build lifelong memories.
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