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Make Movies and Put on Plays


If you have a video camera that sits around until holidays or milestones, put it to good use over the summer making movies with your kids. If you don't have a camcorder, put on a family play. Have your kids work together on a script and act it out at home or around town, if you're up for an outing. Or have them lip synch their favorite songs and make a music video. You'll all get a kick out of watching homemade movies when they're done and years down the road. Here are some related ideas:

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