Ten Things to do at Home When You’re Bored

  1. Read
  2. Write
  3. Make a pie! (Yummy)
  4. Pretend your sleepwalking into the kitchen, then stuff your face in a cake
  5. Make a mini house out of cardboard, then decorate it
  6. go swimming (if you have a pool)
  7. Invite a friend over and hang out!
  8. Watch a movie
  9. Play with your pet
  10. Write a blog

Enjoy your vacation!

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8 Responses to Ten Things to do at Home When You’re Bored

  1. Bill Stepp says:

    Look for money – under couch cushions , under chairs , etc. Then count it and cackle .

  2. Theresa Nolan says:

    Watch some more cat videos or teach your cat to play the piano like Nora in this videohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0zgQAp7EYw

  3. Theresa Nolan says:

    You might also enjoy this video that tells all about Nora’s piano playing. You may now have to buy music for your cats. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmrToEEUgvU

  4. Those are good ones! Board games are fun too!

  5. hailie says:

    wow that tells us a lot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. hi

    I liked your point which says “Make a mini house out of cardboard, then decorate it” its very creative and easy to do. We can at least make our mini dream house out of card board. Good points

    • Thank you 🙂 I hope I gave you at least one idea as the time passes. I tried this idea once when I was cleaning my room (another idea), and realized I had plenty of cardboard and crafting supplies. So, as says, I made a little house and small figures to go along with it. I hope you enjoyed my post! 😀

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