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Introduce your grandchildren to another classic, the treasure hunt for kids. Here's how it works. Well ahead of time, the adult writes down clues, then distributes them so that one clue leads to another, culminating in some "treasure" at the end. Then the fun begins! If the children are old enough, they read the clues. The grandparent helps with hard words and gives extra clues if necessary. The treasure hunt is especially fun with school-age kids who can read the clues themselves, though they may occasionally need help.
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Determine the final position of the swing, then carefully measure and mark the location of the individual posts. Use an auger to dig a hole for each of the posts. The swing used in this project measures about 4 feet wide, so the 6x6 posts need to be 9 feet apart inside edge to inside edge. Make sure to dig the holes deep enough; for this project, the crew digs holes 3 feet deep and 12 to 18 inches wide. Remember, the same power that makes an auger effective at digging holes makes it hard to control; if you don't think you can control the auger safely, have a friend help or call in a pro.
CNN After months stuck at home due to the Covid pandemic, minimal in-person school, few playdates and lots of extra energy, Dan DeJager's two young sons were getting restless. Matt Villano is a writer and editor in Northern California. He and his daughters have had regular cornhole tournaments since the start of the pandemic, and the girls have improved their skills. In Oldenburg, Germany, children play kubb in the archaeological project Slawenland Slav land , a rebuilt historic camp of the Vikings and Slavs. Sure, DeJager and his wife took the 8- and 3-year-old boys hiking every now and again, but the kids were hungry for more of a challenge.