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Non-Technology Activities For When Your Kids Are Bored

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Laura Kuehn, LCSW
Written by Laura Kuehn, LCSW

“I’m bored!” “There’s nothing to do!” These words are like nails on a chalkboard for parents whose houses are overflowing with toys and games for kids. It seems that the more things our children possess, the less creative they become with their play. Here are two free printables for the next time your kids are bored.

Print out our FREE printables below (click the images for the pdf version) and then hang them on your refrigerator for easy reference.  (The first printable is geared toward older school-aged children. The second one is more for early elementary aged kids.)

If your kids are struggling with summer boredom, we have some more great solutions!

Summer Boredom Solutions for Kids

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This article is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for treatment from a qualified mental health professional. Cornerstones for Parents is not liable for any advice, tips, techniques, and recommendations the reader chooses to implement.

About Laura

Laura Kuehn, LCSW

Laura Kuehn, LCSW

Laura is a licensed therapist who offers parent counseling services to families in Connecticut. She loves to equip and encourage parents of kids of all ages. CfP is the place she combines some of her favorite things: writing, parenting and God's word. She is happily married to a wonderfully supportive husband and is the mother of two delightfully inspiring teens.

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