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Beat the Boredom with Lunchables #Giveaway

Lunchables has teamed up with Tori Spelling to launch a national campaign that will fund up to $100,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs of America and their sport and recreation programs.  They want kids to “Never be bored again.” Spelling and the Lunchables team invite families to capture photos of boredom-busting activities and share them by visiting the “Never Be Bored Again” application at  Every photo that’s uploaded from today through October 15, 2012, will generate a $1 donation to Boys & Girls Clubs across America, up to $100,000, to help amp up the fun.  After uploading their photo, consumers will receive a $1-off coupon for new Lunchables with Smoothie, while supplies last.

The Lunchables team wants all kids to share inLunchables-style freestyle fun, and have the opportunity to “Never Be Bored Again.”  Now through February 2013, kids ages six to 13 can enter the “Never Be Bored Again” Instant Win Game* at for a chance to win one of over ONE MILLION boredom-busting prizes.

The three grand prizes are mega-cool hangout spots including a Tree House of You Dreams, a Sport Court® backyard court or an Ultimate Game Room. Other prizes include 25,000 Hasbro™ toys and games and 1,000,000 video downloads.

My kids got their “boredom busting” pack and took off in several different directions with the toys they sent. I couldn’t even get pictures! (The above picture is a sample prize pack from Lunchables.) Buddy took that BopIt Smash and played it for over an hour. We also got twister which I’m waiting for a rainy day to break out. Monkey got a Littlest Pet Shop that quickly disappeared into her room. She absolutely loves little toys. We’ve been spreading out our Luncables coupons and getting one or two a week. I’m saving up that Fandango gift card to take the kids to see Wreck It Ralph when it comes out. You can enter below to win your own Never be Bored Again gift pack. (estimated value of $150.)

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 Note: I received a prize pack and promotional materials for this post in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own.
Giveaway is open to the continental USA and ends on October 5, 2012 at 12:01 am EST. Winner will be selected at random from all eligible entries and will be contacted by email. Winner will have 24 hrs to respond. Winner may only win one prize pack, if you win on another site, a new winner will be drawn. Please add to your trusted email filter. If original winner does not claim their prize within 24 hrs, it is forfeit and a new winner will be selected promptly.
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About Paula

Paula Krueger considers herself a "baby "chef, not because she cooks for babies, but because she's still learning how to cook. She started this blog after taking Wilton method classes and at that point was more interested in baking. She's since become more interested in learning to cook as her family has grown. She also covers product reviews and travel as well.


  1. Natalie J Vandenberghe says:

    oh, my goodness–the first thing I thought of was, if my kids complained about being bored…I would give them some work to do! They know better 😉
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. My boys LOVE to play board and card games. I think they could sit and play Monopoly for HOURS, which absolutely kills me. Fortunatly Dear Hubby loves to play too, so I pop the popcorn and bring a good book to the table to enjoy the conversation. I don’t know what I’d do some days without Chutes and Ladders and Uno!
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  3. Margaret Smith says:

    We have a special box of special toys and movies that the kids get to pick something out of. Could be a new movie that I got on sale or a game or toy. They know that they can only pick out of the box once in awhile, so it’s a big treat.

  4. carol roberts says:

    we do activity for him he builds liitle things to keep him un bored

  5. We have a special box of special toys and movies that the kids get to pick something out of.


  7. Adrienne gordon says:

    i sing songs with them

  8. Read and play games.
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  9. We sing and go outside and play.

  10. Krystal Killough says:

    My kids love to play board games when they are bored 🙂

  11. Jennifer Fredrick says:

    My kids love to read books. There are never enough books in our house!

  12. play tourist in our area – lots to do

  13. They do chores when I hear “I’M BORED” … but we play outside, run at the park and play games on the XBox.
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  14. Donna George says:

    Teach them to read.

  15. Kerrie Mayans says:

    I made an activity bag that my preschooler can pull and activity out of it and I rotate them from time to time so there is often something new in the bag.

  16. We tell. Stories and play games

  17. I have several activities written down and a boredom busting basket full of arts and crafts

  18. We play some Star Wars Legos or trains. Or head out to the park and playground. 🙂
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  19. I keep plenty of board games and sports equipment on hand.

  20. I have alot of board games and a craft box.

  21. I try to teach my daughter how to occupy herself and find things to do on her own

  22. I teach them how to do certain arts & crafts projects and I have an art desk with supplies set up for them. When they are bored I ask them to make/draw specific things.

  23. April Brenay says:

    I teach my kids, you can always help out your parents, there is always something to do around the house

  24. Sarah Hirsch says:

    play board games or read books

  25. Jessica Eaton Ledford says:

    Doing crafts! My daughter would do crafts all day, every day if I let her 🙂

  26. jules mcnubbin says:

    if she is bored, i can always find some chores for her to do lol

  27. We have movie and game nights to fight boredom.

  28. Monique Rizzo says:

    We have a list of fun activites we do if we are bored!
    Thanks for the chance.

  29. My daughters seem to keep themselves busy. When they are bored, we sometimes put on the radio and dance!

  30. Stephanie Grant says:

    I try to keep our crafting room full of fun crafts we can do together when my son gets a little board…and it works great!

  31. Seyma Shabbir says:

    Hide and seek, movies, kinect xbox, puzzle games

  32. beth marhefka says:

    the only thing I know is to get in the car and go somewhere, otherwise my son gets bored so easy

  33. Plan lots of activities.

  34. My kids love crafting and drawing.

  35. Penny Snyder says:

    Lots of outdoor activities like water balloon fights! Always have fun!!

  36. I don;t have kids but when I have other people’s kids, I let them play outside and they are never bored

  37. ryan minton says:

    board games and baking always is a good time with kids

  38. We get outside and play

  39. pretend games
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  40. we play outside as much as we can

  41. I have a huge library of children’s books and lots of art supplies that work as boredom busters.
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  42. shelby brigham says:

    alternate toys out

  43. I teach them to use their imaginations so they are never bored

  44. we keep a craft box

  45. We turn up the music and daance

  46. We like to draw and color.

  47. We are always trying out new crafts & coloring.

  48. I always recommend reading a good book or spending time outdoors


  49. We play games, watch movies, draw, paint, read and tons more things.

  50. I put some bday and Chirstmas toys away to pull out throughout the year for them otherwise they open everything up at once and loose the pieces!
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  51. We go to the library every week, so they’ve always got a new book to read.

  52. we play chess.

  53. A room well stocked with legos seems to do it for us!
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  54. we like swimming in the pool and play board games

  55. We make crafts with free or low cost items that we keep on hand.

  56. My nephew loves legos- and there are a million things to build!

  57. Have them take turns making up new games!

  58. Read and play games.

  59. we play outside, swim, or do art projects inside.

  60. Elizabeth J says:

    I encourage them to read

  61. playing board games

  62. Mary Calabrese says:

    always keep ’em guessing is my motto.

  63. Have a family game night.

  64. Jessica Cote says:

    I try to make up games to play

  65. I will make them do chores when they’re bored. Just kidding, I will play games with and read to them! 🙂

  66. Encourage them to enjoy sports!

  67. I take my kids to the library weekly so they’ll never be bored because they have great books to read!

  68. play cards, keep him company talk with him

  69. we play games!

  70. well, i tell ’em if they are bored they can do chores and that usually makes ’em not bored anymore. lol but we also play games, go to the park, take walks, and ride bikes.
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  71. Reading, coloring, going for walks

  72. I tell them to go outside and play with the kids in the neighborhood 😉

  73. Make sure we have plenty of books and music on hand for her to dive into.

  74. Kathleen Downes says:

    We play games at home and go to the park.

  75. Kristen King says:

    At least one structured art activity per day

  76. Steve Stone says:

    give them chores to do

  77. we have four dogs that like to keep them busy

  78. If my kids are ever bored, I point out that there are chores around the house they can do! Then, suddenly, they find a lot of interesting things to do instead 🙂

  79. Dwayne Berry says:

    My little girl has a very vivid imagination which we encourage. When she plays with her toys, she has full blown scenarios. She even asks her toys what they want to eat and what their bedtime is, etc.

  80. My son has endless games, arts and crafts he can play with. There’s no way he could ever be bored

  81. read books

  82. We have tons of games and books

  83. nannypanpan says:

    we will start a craft

  84. We play games with our nieces & nephews when they get bored. Or, we rent a video to watch.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  85. I always pull out a ball so that we can play volleyball, kickball or soccer or break out the wii for a game of just dance

  86. We like to play the Wii and include the whole family.
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  87. Jennifer Marie says:

    We play outside. That can be jumping on the trampoline…bike riding…tag…etc.

  88. Have a family game night.

  89. I teach my kids to use their imaginations, build things from cardboard, and play outside.

  90. Mary Somerville says:

    We have a huge crafts box, and they enjoy doing lots of things with that.

  91. Lilyana Cruz says:

    We read, we play, we jumped, danced …

  92. We go to the beach. I want to thank you for this awesome sweep and hope to win 🙂 Thanks !!!

  93. playing card games and bikes!

  94. Marti Parks says:

    I put their butts to work, there are always chores to be done, hehe. 🙂

  95. There are always lots of books!

  96. Abby Kraynick says:

    We have lots of outdoors activities for them to play with. My kids LOVE chalk, so we have lots of that on hand

  97. Jamie Brigham says:

    I always make sure to have craft projects available. I love markers, crayons, glitter, stickers, cool scissors etc. and so do my children. We love making cards and stuff for daddy, grandma and grandpa! We always make handmade cards Oh and crayola color wonder is great too.

  98. Nicole Nacua says:

    Reading books and playing with puzzles!

  99. They love to play outside when the weather is nice like it is now.

  100. We play games & my daughter takes TaeKwonDo & goes to Girl Scouts.

  101. Right now we play hide and go seek and “chase”.

  102. teach them to entertain themselves

  103. I buy my children lots of toys, video games, board games, computer games, and toys to entertain themselves, so they don’t ever become bored. And if that doesn’t work then I give them a list of chores that need done!
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  104. We do arts and crafts, I read to them, we try to learn something new each day, we play games, go outside and play, play inside with toys, etc. My kids are young still (4 and 1) so we have a lot of family time activities and play dates to keep them from being bored.

  105. We do alot of project and cook together.

  106. Michelle Rogers says:

    I send them outside for at least 2 hours a day.

  107. try to plan different things every weekend

  108. Karen Medlin says:

    Sometimes we change the way the rules are on the games.. get them outdoors for a hike, go bowling or take a hike

  109. Betsy Rubendall Barnes says:

    When my son was younger, I would have him help me with a chore. He didn’t stay bored for long, lol 🙂

  110. Jannie Bryant says:

    Let them use their imagination.

  111. Nataly Carbonell says:

    I make sure they are always in physical activities and busy doing things that will build them

  112. My daughter is only 7 months, so to keep her from never being bored all I have to do is make funny noises and smile at her:)

  113. We go on lots of day trips

  114. arts and crafts

  115. I try to wear my son out by playing outside.

  116. doing crafts together and having those supplies on hand.

  117. We set up a balance beam in the basement
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  118. I make sure there are lots of art supplies around all the time… paper, glue, scissors, tape, crayons… kids can entertain themselves forever!

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  119. Audra Weathers says:

    We do a lot of arts & crafts; drawing, coloring, making fun things.

  120. play on the wii or go to the park

  121. judy gardner says:

    lots of arts and crafts

  122. Pauline M says:

    We have our bikes that we enjoy daily!

  123. We talk about life and how things work. We will go look it up on the internet sometimes.

  124. we try to change the routine up all the time and limit tv time and we keep them busy with their sports baseball karate and soccer

  125. there are neverending craft projects on the web

  126. Brenda Gaines says:

    lots of arts and crafts and boardgames

  127. I simply keep them busy! We have activities .. play outside … and there are always mandatory house things to do each day like a chore, 50 min of reading, and helping with dinner!

  128. Make em clean LOL Naw we go hiking.

  129. Play outdoors and board games on rainy days.

  130. We play a lot of sports.

  131. There’s always something to do outside!

  132. Gilbert S says:

    they are in dance classes

  133. dani marie says:

    i give my nephew the tools to be creative. with an imagination you are never bored.

  134. Alexandra Clatterbuck says:

    We have a swing set in the yard, a zip line in the pine trees in the yard and a badminton net set up in the front yard…we live in the woods so we find fun things to do!

  135. try different foods and make them into cute shapes

  136. We do lots of crafts, painting, stickers, coloring.

  137. I make sure we have a lot of arts & crafts and movies, so that they are entertained even if it’s raining.

  138. Linda Lansford says:

    I try to get them involved in sports

  139. We have a family game night.

  140. Desiree Dunbar says:

    If we are bored we’ll sing and dance and act silly, play games, arts and crafts or read a story.

  141. My daughter loves having fun with art projects, and my son would love to spend the whole day outside!

  142. We have an I’m bored jar and the kids can select a project a day to help the day go by. Projects include back yard camping, a day at the museum, discover the world with photos, etc. etc.
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  143. Virginia Rowell says:

    I take them to the beach and the park alot. I try very hard to do a lot of outdoor activities.

  144. Nicole naasz says:

    Play-doh has been keeping my 5 year old entertained. My one year old daughter has been fascinated with a racket ball a friend brought home from the gym, so my older daughter will play fetch with her and they’re both entertained.

  145. play video games

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  146. Let her explore ! She is 6 months and very busy getting into everything 🙂

  147. Jennifer Young says:

    We just got them a playground for their birthday!

  148. Marla Bland says:

    We have lots art supplies and games, but most of all they like to play outside.

  149. Crafts, the possibilities are endless.

  150. Christine Treece says:

    We get outside when it’s nice and build forts when it’s not so nice 🙂

  151. I try to keep them busy with games and crafts.

  152. I am trying to teach my kids to entertain themselves, if they get bored find something to do. I try and stay stocked on paper, coloring books and games for them.

  153. i don’t have any children yet, but i think i would take them outside or help them do some DIY crafts.

  154. I keep books to read and kraft supplies handy.

  155. I keep my kids on a schedule! Once a week, we make a calendar and plan things we want to do!

  156. I go to the local dollar store and buy a bunch ot toys,games,coloring gooks and crafts and let them choose what thay want to do to keep busy

  157. Susan Smith says:

    We have a lot of board games that we play

  158. I keep changing activities every 30 minutes, to keep the boredom from setting in!

  159. We have tons of board games and a closet full of random craft supplies!
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  160. Since we homeschool, boredom is rarely a problem – they pursue their passions 🙂
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  161. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    always have crafts and supplies for fun on hand
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  162. Encouraging them to be creative and providing supplies to create with.

  163. Teresa Thompson says:

    Letting her develop her own interests and opinions.

  164. Mary Cloud says:

    When we can’t go outside and play they have a lot of fun things to choose from in the house

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  165. Vikki Billings says:

    I make sure to have a lot of craft supplies handy, also book, movies and games so they always have stuff to do.

  166. I follow mom blogs that give me craft and play ideas to suggest to the kids
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  167. Richard Hicks says:

    They seem to find ways to amuse themselves already. EIther TV, video games, playing outside or fighting one another

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  168. Russell Moore says:

    I encourage them to read.

  169. Dawn Reid says:

    We play outside a lot

  170. Mya Murphy says:

    No kids here but my husband and I go out to parks and act like kids!!!

  171. Kaitlyn O. says:

    I always have my children help me do a few chores around the house. Suddenly, every toy in the house is brand-new and interesting again.

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  172. Amanda K. says:

    We do crafts!

  173. susan smoaks says:

    we teach our children how to be creative and to keep ourselves busy so that we don’t ever get bored

  174. Kellie Conklin says:

    I encourage the kids to enjoy reading and playing imaginative play games as well as keeping enough games and crafts in the house to avoid any “boredness”! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  175. shanta spradlin says:

    I try to have crafts in the house for them to do.

  176. I try to plan an activity each day

  177. Lots of books for reading. :O)
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  178. robyn paris says:

    i make sure there is always board and card games around

  179. amy deeter says:

    we play board games together

  180. We play board games, make crafts, and play outside.

  181. We tell stories and try to inspire creativity

  182. wii boxing and running
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  183. Heidi Bradford says:

    I have 3 boys 6 and under so keeping them from being bored is something I have to do daily. We dress up as superheroes, we make different crafts for the grandparents and scavenger hunts.

  184. I go on Pinterest and find new things to try EVERYDAY!!!!! Its endless and keeps you changing it up

  185. Carole Ingram says:

    We have tons of activities at the home to keep them from getting bored. We have coloring books, board games, wii, xbox 360, nail polish, etc 🙂 We are always doing something.

  186. Brittney House says:

    i surprise them with a new snack every day

  187. Leslie L. Stanziani says:

    I keep board games on hand as well as art supplies.I home school so boredom does set in from time to time lol.

  188. I give them food!

  189. renee walters says:

    I always keep crafts nearby.

  190. rebecca day says:

    we card and board games together

  191. tracey byram says:

    I look up craft projects online using things I have on hand.

  192. jenn dittmeier says:

    we play games, and go outside

  193. Teach them to read at an early age and visit the library once a week.

  194. Haha I told them anyone who says they are bored has to clean something. Luckily, my kids are big readers so I didn’t get much of that.

  195. Crystal F says:

    We have lots of books, games and tablets for them to entertain themselves on. We don’t have a lot of down time so it’s not really a big problem for us. thank you!

  196. Starr Greenwell says:

    my son is grown now, but we used to play games and read for hours.

  197. Roberta Horn says:

    I WISH I could find something to make my kids never bored again!!!!!

  198. When they say they’re bored, I give them chores to do. They’re learning to not say they’re bored. LOL
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  199. Annette D says:

    Give them plenty of options of things to do.

  200. kathy pease says:

    my son plays many sports so he is never bored but at home we like to play board games or watch movies together

  201. Terry Cross says:

    Play games or do crafts. Also go outside and play when the weather is nice

  202. In the warmer months we spend time at the parks and lake, and in the cold months we sled, do crafts inside, and bake treats.

  203. I love to do crafts and cook so there is never a dull moment

  204. My kids are grown so it is up to them to make certain they are not bored, but we did do a lot of outside things together when they were young.

  205. Morgan Lepley Edger says:

    We love walking around our local park! 🙂

  206. lindsay taylor says:

    we play games and ride bikes or we clean house to beat boredom

  207. Angela Neynaber says:

    I enroll them in sports and we do family activities on the weekends.

  208. Michelle Bryan says:

    we play outside whenever we can.

  209. Gina Ferrell says:

    I play board games, ride bikes around the neigborhood, go to the movies and play at the park with the kids so they don’t get bored.

  210. cassandra (rab pom) says:

    We do a lot of crafts and try to teach them to PLAY OUTSIDE, and not be so glued to games.

  211. I go to Pinterest to find new craft ideas to do with the kiddos.

  212. I encourage my kids to read a lot.

  213. Chrissy Nestor says:

    Me and my daughter love to play the classic Monopoly game.

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  214. josee philipp says:

    between riding our bikes, swimming and reading, my 9 years old is busy every day with mom

  215. Marie Oetzel says:

    We Play outside….if my little one starts getting antsy and bored we go play outside….unless it is raining then we build a fort under the table.

  216. Jennifer R says:

    I like to encourage my children to read and draw so that they can hopefully not be bored often.
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  217. mary gardner says:

    they have lots art supples, outdoor toys and board games

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  218. Suzanne Denys says:

    I encourage them to pull out toys they haven’t played with or show they something I did as a kid.

  219. Sarah Yurga says:

    I encourage more crafts and reading and less things that involve electricity

  220. Jennifer C says:

    i remind them of all the toys they HAD to have, and suggest if they are so bored they fill up a box to donate some of the boring toys. 🙂

  221. jessica schueler says:

    We go on alot of walks, play board games together

  222. Ed Nemmers says:

    We visit the library at least twice a week!

  223. We like to bake or do crafts together.

  224. Jennifer B says:

    Play lots of Board Games!

  225. Trisha McKee says:

    I plan a lot of activities. We take road trips, learn about the stars and watch meteor showers, play kickball. I believe in leading a child to a life of activity by example. My child knows I feel that only boring people are bored. There is always something to do!

  226. Denise Donaldson says:

    I take my daughter to the library

  227. we got to the libray weekly and play in the yard when it’s nice

  228. Beth Palacios says:

    When boredom sets in, I take the kids to the park or put music on to dance. Usually, my kids are pretty good about finding stuff to do though. I’m lucky. 🙂

  229. Lots of outdoor exploration!

  230. Tanya White says:

    They find plenty of things to do, crafts, games, Reading, playing outside.

  231. Peggy Rydzewski says:

    we have always played.. lets pretend..

  232. Brad Merrell says:

    If you let them develop a creative mind, they will be able to keep themselves entertained for a long time.

  233. Juliann Newton says:

    In the summertime it was very easy to keep my kids from being bored. Now that the weather is cooling down, I will take them swimming after school, and we will make crafts and I always make up fascinating stories to tell to my little one.

  234. I encourage them to read books.

  235. Lisa Fonseca says:

    I buy my daughter things to make her own crafty items, that keeps her busy for hours on end.

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  236. JenniferB says:

    crafts or baking

  237. We go to the library often and my son takes home lots of books! We play outside a lot too! And there is always paper and crayons to color whenever!

  238. Jennifer Peaslee says:

    I help my nieces and nephews to avoid boredom by playing games with them!

  239. Paula Tavernie says:

    We do arts and crafts!
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  240. We’ve talked about starting a “game business” – the kids love it and when they’re bored, I suggest they invent a game for their business!

  241. Jessica A says:

    We have a closet full of board games that is the go to when anyone is bored.

  242. We play a lot of board games

  243. We paint pictures

  244. Kimberly L. says:

    We go all sorts of places: the zoo, museums, botanical gardens, a local farm. We also do a lot of crafts, play outdoors, and enjoy the major theme park near our house.

  245. Leah Shumack says:

    My daughter loves to do crafts!

  246. sheryl cullum says:

    Walks together and the park

  247. My kids love luchables and we play monopoly every night

  248. Krystle G says:

    bike riding, board games, geocaching, library, play in the hose or bake!

  249. I encourage them to play with things that don’t need batteries or electricity so they can play anywhere and anytime.

  250. Amy DeLong says:

    play games,play outside

  251. A huge box of art supplies…homemade “clay”, scrap paper, markers and crayons, glue, bits of yarn, etc.

  252. We love playing outdoors and using our imaginations!

  253. Lorrie Rodgers (pinklady705) says:

    I provide a variety of activities for my son throughout the week. Sometimes he might need a little help remembering what he has or what he can do. I’ll name things or show him and that will usually spark an interest to get him going.

  254. We love to play games!!!!

  255. Michelle S says:

    Go to the tot lot

  256. Charity S says:

    We play educational games.

  257. Tell them they can clean the house. For some reason, they respond “never mind they are not bored anymore. Thank you

  258. We encourage them to read.

  259. we do crafts, play at the park and read books

  260. We always go to the park, which has a library in it, so we read alot too

  261. julie hawkins says:

    I try to have them participate in different activities, outdoor and museums.

  262. Buddy Garrett says:

    I encourage them to try new activities and hobbies.

  263. we have games that we play together, rent them new released movies

  264. If they ever say they are bored. I get out the craft box and I take out the paint, playdoh and markers and they have a ball. They usually forget that they were ever bored.

  265. We play games.

  266. Thanks for the giveaway…we have instilled in our kids a love of reading books.