In this April Fun With Teens issue you’ll find activities you can do with your teenager. Play fun games, build a bench, plan parties, accept a challenge and so on.
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Teens are quite the interesting group of people. It’s not always easy to figure out how to have fun with a teenage daughter or son. I’m hoping that there is something here that will pique your child’s interest and you can have a fun moment together.
Dig into the all the monthly Fun With Teens ideas.
1. How To Shorten Jeans
Did you find the perfect jeans but they are too long? It happens. With this tutorial you can learn to shorten jeans while keeping the original hem.
2. How To Build A Bench
This bench might be just what your garage, garden, or foyer needs!
1. Lord Of The Rings – Journeys In Middle-Earth
2. Betrayal Legacy
This game looks kind of creepy and might be better for the Halloween time and not the April showers bring May flowers season. However, here it is.
In this Betrayal Legacy you work together to survive. Any move you make could come back to haunt you…
- players: 3-5
- ages: 14 and up
3. Dance Mat
Let’s look at something more cheerful!
This cool wireless dance mat comes loaded with games, yoga exercises, and even running modes.
Talk about hours of fun while getting in shape.
ages: 13 and up
Check out also these dance party games that don’t require any equipment just a group of fun-loving teens.
3. Talk & Riddle
1. Conversation Starters
- Do you think it is better to have one great skill that you are an A+ at or many skills you are a C at?
- What are the most important things for living a great life?
- Would you rather have $1,000,000 today or 1 cent doubled every day for 30 days?
- What movie can you watch over and over again?
- I am the sweetest and most romantic fruit. What am I?
- Why did the golfer wear two pairs of pants?
- How does Darth Vader like his toast?
- A honeydew
- In case he got a hole in one.
- On the dark side.
4. Places To Go
April 8th is the National Zoo Lovers Day, so if you have a zoo lover in the family, make a trip to a zoo.
Celebrate National Picnic Day on April 23rd by having a picnic at a park.
5. Party Themes
1. Mad Hatter Party
Bunnies and spring! Follow the rabbit down the rabbit hole and have a peculiar unbirthday party.
This way to awesome Alice In Wonderland party ideas!
2. Stranger Things Party
It’s been a long wait for the Stranger Things fans. Make the wait more fun by hosting a Stranger Things party. Watch your favorite episodes, play theme fitting games, enjoy delicious food, and decorate the place with these cool ideas.
6. The Cotton Ball Challenge
As I mentioned earlier, spring and bunnies go together. Cotton balls remind me of bunny tails. Of course, we don’t need to mention that to the teenagers. It might make this challenge sound less cool.
What you need:
- two bowls
- a large kitchen spoon
- lots of cotton balls
- Put the cotton balls in a bowl.
- Place the empty bowl on your head.
- Scoop cotton balls from the bowl into the one your head, while blindfolded.
- The one who scoops the most in the set amount of time, wins.
7. Gift Ideas
Bring your hot or cold beverage along with No Probllama Travel Mug.
Llamas are quite cool right now so everyone wants one of these!
No probllamas here either, just gaming in progress.
This gamer sign says it all.
Explore the entire collection of Have Fun With Teens ideas.