Al Green said it best: Let’s Stay Together. I find that by planning family time, you make the most of it. Here’s a few fun things to do with those you love to build memories and have some laughs.

  • Build a Fort

    - You know what to do. Grab some blankets or sheets and pillow/barriers and go to town.

  • Dance Party

    - Get the wiggles out. Put on a PG playlist and everyone take some time to dance. This is a great time to teach your kids some of your dance moves
    from the last century. Bonus if you have some MC Hammer pants.

  • Family Slumber Party

    - Grab your sleeping bags (or some blankets) and flashlights and push back the furniture in your main living area or in your bedroom. And camp out. Watch movies, eat fun snacks, tell stories, and laugh a lot.

  • Home Scavenger Hunt

    - I love a good scavenger hunt. These are good to pull out to get the kids moving around and have some fun.
    Photo Scavenger Hunt
    Alphabet Scavenger Hunt

  • Learn a TikTok Dance

    - You’re not a regular mom; you’re a cool mom. You can learn that Renegade
    dance. Even if you don’t master it, it’ll be fun to try and as a bonus you’ll
    learn how to navigate this app that your kids are likely on.

  • Story Time

    - My kids are at that tween stage, but I’m always surprised that they still like to have books read. It gives me the warm and fuzzies and I think it
    reminds them that regardless of the chaos in their small worlds, they’re
    still my forever babies. Depending on your kids’ ages, you could read the
    Harry Potter series or all the Pete the Cat books.

  • Summer Bucket List

    - It’s a great time to discuss plans for the summer. Use the template on this site to start mapping out each family member’s summer goals.

  • Talk

    - You’ve been wanting this moment – time. Time to talk, time to connect, time to find out what’s going on in your kids’ lives. Grab it! If you need
    help, I love TableTopics conversation starters. I always learn something I
    didn’t previously know.

  • Write Letters

    - Kids text a lot. But there’s nothing like getting letters in the mail. Have your kids write to their classmates while they’re out of school and ask
    them to write back. They could also write letters to kids at hospitals or to
    relatives. Pen pals are awesome.

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