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Summer is already about halfway done! Can you believe it? Summer can be a fun time, but it gets boring when you run out of ideas or need a screen break! Here are things for teens to do over the summer break. These ideas are fun, for indoors and out, mostly cheap, and will help you get the most out of summer. These ideas are in no particular order and include a variety of activities whatever the weather.
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Connect with us. Homework Help Empowermates Something else fabulous for a student. Have fun and stay safe! Go to a thrift store or garage sale and find something oddly fabulous for your wardrobe or room. Stargaze from on the roof, or pull your mattress out into the yard. Invent a new type of sandwich peanut butter and salami? Learn to cook something complicated, like macaroons or baked Alaska. Have a yard sale and sell your junk.
Make a new playlist of the best tunes for your summertime soundtrack. Teach yourself some new dance moves learn to moonwalk and pirouette.
Take up the ukulele or some other instrument. Do something kind for someone—a neighbor, a family member, or a complete stranger. Get arty and draw, paint, or collage a portrait. Act like a tourist and visit the top attractions in your town. Climb a tree. Write and produce a film or play with your friends.
Have a scream-a-thon have a sleepover with friends and watch scary movies! Go on a photo safari. Clean your room just kidding! Make and fly a kite. Play crazy golf. Relax in a hammock. Plant some vegetable seeds.
Jump in the pool with your clothes on. Swim at your local public pool. Camp out in the garden. Go roller-blading. Have a picnic in the park. Go fishing. Go on a scavenger hunt. Construct a tire swing. Have a day at the beach build sandcastles, paddle, beachcomb etc. Run through sprinklers! Have a picnic or a BBQ. Bury a time capsule to dig up in five years. Organize a tug-of-war. Build an obstacle course. Fun Indoor Activities for Teenagers Move the furniture around in your room to give it a fresh, new look. Re-do your room with craft projects.Looking for some hot summer fun
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