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Hey ! Wanted to post a query. My friend has two boys age 6 and 8 years. She need few ideas what she can do with them in free time? I mean they go to school and then follow other routine work as well. Still in evening they are free for two hours. She don't want them to get engage on screens. So pour in your suggestions.
May be your friend can take them for a walk. In this way they will stay active and will sleep well. Also walking is good for all of us. May be occasionally take them to a park or something. So they can have good time playing. Also they can go for swimming classes too.
Hi Tara. How are you? It is a very good decision that she doesn't want screen time. In this time she can take them to the park and let them play soccer or volley ball. Outdoor activities are very good for the children's personal development. If that is not an option then she can always have a science experiment with them. She can play table tennis with them or have an enactment on a book. They can real a story book and act on their favorite part. Take care.
Hey, how are you? Children find outdoor activities fun and it is helping. Thy must do things which makes their time worth it. They must study and read books. Moreover, they can research on new things. They can join clubs for fun. Take care.
All teenagers are different. But many enjoy spending their free time doing things like shopping, going to parties, being with friends, gaming and using social media, texting, watching movies, reading and going to the beach or park. Teenagers are also spending an increasing amount of their free time in structured extracurricular activities like arts and sports. And they often feel bored with unstructured spare time. Free time with parents and family. One of the joys of the teenage years is discovering the things you have in common with your teenage child, or new things your child might open your eyes to. Spending free time together is a great way to stay connected with your teenage child. Doing something one-on-one with one or both parents can be a treat for your child, especially in larger families. An occasional movie together, or even a quick meal or a drink in a café after another activity, can feel a bit special. You could go to a concert, cook a meal together, or work on a project like redecorating your child’s room. It just depends on what interests you and your child. These activities might not happen spontaneously. You might need to discuss ideas with your child and plan to spend some time together. If spending free time with you is a new thing, your child might take a bit of persuading before she’s keen. If this is an issue, you could consider inviting one or two of your child’s friends along as well. If you spend time together often enough, your child will probably build up more enthusiasm, so keep trying. You might need to try a range of activities before you find one you both like.
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