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We love this simple activity that offers plenty of family fun for all ages and skill levels. This colorful ladder toss game is easy to set up and transport, in part due to the included carrying case. We’re also fans of the scorekeeper along the side. Available at Amazon

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CDC guidance contains activity recommendations for fully vaccinated people in private settings and includes:

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If children will be playing with people from outside their household, don't forget their mask or face covering (except for children under 2 years old), especially if they are unable to stay at least 6 feet apart.

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Are you missing the energetic gym environment? Can’t wait to reunite with your favorite workout buddy? In the meantime, the Garmin vívoactive 4S can keep you company. The watch combines activity tracking along with workout profiles for a host of activities, including strength training, which can even keep track of your reps.

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The garden is always a fun summer activity each year, and “I See Summer” helps even the youngest members of the family be involved. Whether it’s cucumbers or strawberries, there are plenty of opportunities for counting in this book. There are also hidden numbers throughout the book that give readers a chance to search for them and learn.

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Whether you’re going camping, staying overnight in a hotel or headed out of town for a family vacation, this travel journal will help kids remember their fun adventures. This book is packed with journaling prompts and activities that allow kids to record their trip highlights and discoveries. There are also travel activities, such as crossword puzzles, that help pass the time on the way to their destination.

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With a variety of activities, games, songs and crafts included, this book is the perfect guide to take with you when camping. Included are activities like how to create pinecone art, nature-themed scavenger hunts and what to look for when observing the night sky. This book also includes age-specific recommendations, making it easy for families to choose appropriate activities.

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This is especially important if you have a puppy. Try to maintain your normal daily routine as much as possible. Packing up book bags, picking up keys, etc., are usually good predictors for leaving the house. Let your dog see and hear these activities, even if you have to pretend, so this doesn’t come as a surprise later, when you really need to get out the door. If you have not already developed a routine for your dog, start right away.

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