Our list of 101 activities - feel free to add your own!
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57. Make your own memory game out of family photographs.
58. Scrapbook together.
59. Help your kidlet send an email to a grandparent, aunt, or uncle.
60. Make a care package to send to a relative who lives far away.
61. Fly a kite.
62. Draw caricatures of each other.
63. Write a story together.
64. Have a picnic outside or on the living room floor.
65. Build animal families out of homemade playdough.
66. Role play how to handle a tough situation, like making friends, or saying no to peer pressure.
67. Teach your kidlet how to ride a bike.
68. Make up a silly song together.
69. Teach one another some new dance moves.
70. Catch fireflies.
71. Tell your kidlet three things you really like about him or her.
72. Make a special breakfast "just because."
73. Take a scavenger walk.
74. Make necklaces out of colored pasta shapes and dental floss.
75. Make swords out of rolled up newspaper, and have a pretend sword fight.
76. Climb a tree.
77. Play tennis.
78. Put on skits for your neighbors.
79. Make a meal together for someone else.
80. Have something unusual for dinner-like air-popped popcorn and fresh fruit.
81. Build something out of trash/recycling items.
82. Create a new voicemail message together.
83. Make a slideshow of your favorite digital photographs.
84. Pick flowers and press them in wax paper.
85. Make bookmarks.
86. Go birdwatching.
87. Collect leaves and then try to identify them by researching them online or at the local library.
88. Let your kidlet teach you about something he or she knows or does well.
89. Make life-size drawings of each other on the back of some old wrapping paper.
90. Play in the sand together, at the beach, a local park, or your kidlets own sandbox.
91. Have a catch.
92. Help your kidlets practice a sport he or she enjoys.
93. Visit a local music store and sample each other's favorite artists.
94. Go to a free event for kids' sponsored by your local library or a book, craft, or hardware store.
95. Write messages on the mirror for one another with soap.
96. Create memory boxes for your kidlets favorite pictures, art work, and mementos.
97. Create a special place in your home for displaying your kidlets art work.
98. Let him or her choose what to display in the place mentioned above.
99. Help your kidlets fix a broken item or toy.
100. Watch your kidlets play a sport, or take him or her to see a friend's game.
101. Visit a skate park together and watch older kids do tricks.