Fun Family Activities

Fun Family Activities

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Fun Family Activities

Keep Your Kids Occupied & Away From Electronics 

 

Fun family activities that get your kids away from their electronics can be challenging to find. This is especially true if they are happy to sit in front of the tv, or on their phone, for hours on end.

You want to be able to create some lovely family memories.

You want to get your kids away from the electronics.

In order to do that you need some ideas to get you feeling inspired.

 

Visit a Theme Park 

 

A trip to the theme park can be a great family activity to do for all ages as there are a variety of rollercoasters and arcade games to choose from. It will keep your family entertained for the day and will enable you to spend some much needed time together. You could even make a weekend out of it and book somewhere local to stay if it is quite far to get to. 

 

Get Creative 

 

All you need is some paint, brushes and a canvas. You can get all your kids involved in doing something creative, even the older ones. It will enable everyone to explore their inner creativity. You will also be spending time doing a fun activity together. Perhaps, you can even play some music in the background to really get everyone’s creative juices flowing. 

 

Start a DIY Project 

 

A good way to keep the family occupied is to think of some new and interesting ways to utilize the furniture you already have. Upcycling it into something unique is a great group activity. You can have hours of fun thinking and creating different ways to upcycle any items in your home. You can turn these items into another functional item or simply an attractive decoration. The young, and older, kids will enjoy getting stuck into projects where they can use their hands and get messy with paint. 

 

Play a Board Game 

 

It doesn’t need to be the Christmas holidays to be able to sit down and play a board game. If it is something you haven’t done in a while then why not see if you can get everyone involved? There are many board games to choose from. These games can be focused on memory, creativity or concentration skills. This will be useful for your kids as well as being fun. 

 

You Could Even Play Cornhole 

 

A great outdoor activity that you can set up at home or go to your local park to play is cornhole. It gets the whole family involved and you can create a bit of competition to make it more enjoyable. All you need is a cornhole board, and some bean bags which you can easily get from Cornhole Worldwide, and you are all set to go. 

 

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Elise Ho
Ph.D., D.N. Psych.
Behavioral & Mental Health Specialist

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Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho is a Holistic Health & Life Coach with a special interest in emotional health, life alignment, and energy flow.

Elise will partner with you to align your mindset, your energy, your home and your career so that you can live your life's desire with freedom and love.

Elise offers 30 years of experience and multiple certifications and degrees including a Ph.D. in Natural Health and a doctoral degree in Naturopathic Psychology.