4 Activities for Unplugged Family Time

4 Activities for Unplugged Family Time

Between soccer practice, school days, late nights at work, and everything in between, it can be difficult to find time to spend together as a family without the distraction of a phone or the internet. Every once in a while, it’s a good idea to turn off your phone, unplug your computer, and just spend quality time with your loved ones. Here are a handful of ideas that can last a weekend or a few hours.

1. Go Camping

Camping is a great way to spend time together as a family with no electronic distractions, especially if you choose a place far off the beaten path. If you want something more comfortable than a tent and less difficult to operate than an RV, then you can rent a vacation cabin Lake George NY in a national or state park, in a campground, or by a lake property.

2. Play a Classic Board Game

With so many online games to play these days, several children haven’t learned the rules of classic board games. Set aside some unplugged time to teach your kids the best of the oldies, like Monopoly, Life, and Clue.

3. Visit a Museum

Look no further than a local art or science museum in your city for learning outside the classroom. Many museums are interactive and feature fun activities for children of any age. It would be a great way to get out of the house for the day as a family.

4. Volunteer

Giving back to the community instills many life lessons in children. By leaving behind your electronic devices for a few hours or a day to volunteer at a homeless shelter, food bank, or senior citizen center, your family may find some missing gratitude for the many benefits found in their own day-to-day lives.

Disconnecting from your phone and the internet may be just what your family needs to reconnect in this very busy world.

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Earl Barnes