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11 Survival Tips for Summer Boredom

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Outdoor Play


On days when it's not too sweltering, get outside with your kids and play! You'll be glad you did once the weather turns cold again. Explore the public playgrounds, pools, recreation fields, and parks in your area. Inexpensive outdoor toys include sidewalk chalk, bouncy balls, jump ropes, bubbles, and hula hoops. Here are a few ideas for outdoor fun:

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