Holiday Family Fun

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 Even though the weather is chilly and COVID-19 has changed our holiday routines, families can still be active together. During this holiday season, there are lots of ways to have fun while social distancing. Here are some ideas that your family will enjoy:

Family Game Nights– Choose a game that you and your family enjoy. Scrabble and monopoly are two good games that are not only fun but stimulate the brain.

Holiday Zoom Scavenger Hunt– Get all the gang together on Zoom or group chat to search for holiday-themed items. The first person to send a photo of all of the items wins!

Holiday Volunteering– Volunteering is a great way to serve others and elevate our health mentally, spiritually, and physically. The holidays are a good time to introduce volunteering to children. Volunteering can take many forms. It can involve socially distanced physical work, such as raking leaves or helping with outside chores. Volunteering can be more personal, such as preparing a meal for someone in need.

Whatever you choose to do with your family during the holiday, remember to social distance and have fun and enjoy being together.