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100 Things To Do During a QuaranTeen
Board Games. We recommend Munchkins, Pandemic, Catan, and Risk.
Build a fort. Even teenagers can have fun doing this.
Create a scavenger hunt for your siblings, friends or parents.
Read. Reading a trilogy is even better.
Build a maze in the backyard using lots of sheets and rope.
Tea Party. A real one. With invitations and snacks.
Bake. A lot. For your mom. Clean the kitchen afterward.
Soccer in the hallway: play in your socks. Use laundry baskets for goals, one at each end. Make sure the ball is soft.
FaceTime with your best friend.
Create a business. Babysitting. Lawn Mowing. Bracelet making. Develop your own logo, website, business card and facebook page.
Tinker. Take apart a small engine and put it back together.
Have a pillow fight.
Print out coloring pages online and color them.
Go through old photos.
Watch old family videos.
Practice fancy calligraphy. Learn lettering from YouTube.
Learn a new language. Check out the Duelingo app.
Have a dance party.
Make a themed playlist.
Make a time capsule. Include mementos from childhood with instructions on when to open.
Write a song.
Reorganize your furniture.
Learn a new recipe.
Draw and make art on the walls of your bedroom. You can always re-paint later.
Learn some cool chess moves so you can beat your opponent next time.
Make a snowflake with paper and scissors. Write someone a snail mail letter on it and mail it to them.
Find a mess and clean it.
Learn how to "zentangle."
Make a friendship bracelet.
Paint your nails.
Learn a new instrument.
Watch a black and white movie.
Play video games.
Play with your dog.
Make a list.
Plan your next vacation post-quaranteen.
Write a blog. Make sure it has a theme.
Make arts and crafts.
Learn to sew.
Ride your bike.
Put your phone down.
Have a conversation.
Learn to juggle.
Mow the grass.
Play table tennis on your kitchen table. Use upside down cups for the net.
Invent a gibberish nonsense language that only you understand.
Decorate your laptop with stickers.
Braid your hair. Teach yourself to french braid.
Go on a walk. Get some fresh air.
Look for new hoodies or crocs to order in the future.
Make a stuffed animal out of a sock, some stuffing and various bits found around the house.
Play cards: Gin Rummy, Crazy 8's, Go Fish, Spit, and Ultimate Slapjack Remix.
Write a book. Write a short story. Write a poem.
Make peace with someone or something.
Draw a cartoon. Invent a character.
Make original tiktoks that
has seen before.
Become a Soundcloud rapper.
Learn a funny joke.
Make a recipe book.
Decorate your vans.
Start a bookclub. Invite your friends to participate for free via Zoom.
Take an interesting online class.
Open the windows. Let the fresh air in.
Have a water fight and play in the sprinkler. Fun for all ages.
Train your dog to catch a treat.
Make a tie-dye shirt.
Create a makeshift basket. Play basketball. Compete for the NCAA finals.
Play hide and seek. Always fun no matter the age.
Send a letter to some nursing home residents.
Play hopscotch in the hallway or living room. Give a prize to the winner.
Take some video, Splice some scenes together. Make a movie.
Take a bubble bath and relax.
Create a vision board for your bedroom.
Paste childhood photos into a collage. Pasting them on to sections of a soccer ball looks cool.
Apply make-up. Make yourself look like someone else.
Make hot chocolate from scratch for the whole family. Google the recipe or look it up in Joy of Cooking.
Re-organize your closet.
Lie on your back, stare at the sky and make cloud animals.
Make a shoe out of scotch tape.
Make an airplane fleet with paper airplanes.
Make a paper fortuneteller.
Do origami. Bonus: learn the paper crane to bring hope to the world.
Write a 100 item bucket list.
Explore a new musical genre.
Help around the house.
Read the newspaper.
Make a kite. See if you can get it to fly.
Pick some flowers. Make a bouquet. Beautify the house.
Talk on the phone.
Take a timer photo. Take many. Make them funny and interesting.
Fill in this 100th thing with an idea of your own.
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