Activities to Keep Children From Being Bored and In Trouble

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Fishing

Canoeing

Roller Blading

Cycling

Swimming

Skiing

Walk the dog

Take a walk

Take a drive

Read a good book

Window shop/mall walking

Baseball

Soccer

4-Square

Dodge ball

Hiking

Fly a kite

Go to a movie

Rent a movie

Dance

Call a friend

Play Ping-Pong

Bowling

Tennis

Meditate

Go to the zoo

Tell good jokes

Listen to good music

Help someone

Computer games

Visit a friend

Go to the library

Sew

Garden/Weeding/Landscaping

Basketball

Press flowers

Read the newspaper

Collect things

Go to a concert

Go flying

Plan tomorrow

Plan your vacation

Scouting: Merit Badges/Eagle Project

Go to the lake

Go to the playground

Do artwork

Go to a sports event

Go to a lecture

Plan Family Home Evening

Plan an incentive activity

Boating

Take a nap

Please my parents

Look for & watch wild life

Watch Nature on channel seven

Go to the fair/carnival

Date

Write a letter/send a card

Plan your future

Picnic/ Barbecue

Write a book

Have a party

Lift weights

Do something healthy

Read the scriptures

Exercise

Look for beauty

Do a scavenger hunt

Play the piano

Finish a project

Hunting

Learn something new

Play a board game

Eat out

Coach someone in something

Write in your journal

Say your prayers

Read a magazine

Suntan

Play Frisbee

Play pool

Bird watch

People watch

Repair things

Camping/Sleep over

Go on a field trip

Sing

Make dinner

Show someone you love them

Handball

Annette Nay, Ph.D.

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