8 Old-Fashioned Hobbies That Kill Quarantine Boredom

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3. Scavenger hunts

This is a game in which the organizers (usually parents or grandparents) make a list where they define specific items, which the participants (usually kids or grandkids) seek to gather or complete all items that are found on the list.

Zaria Zinn, Evite’s celebration expert said that “scavenger hunts are a great activity to bring back during quarantine because they are interactive and get kids moving and excited.”

“You can easily create one in your home, backyard, or extend to the neighborhood, all with personalized clues that are sentimental your family. We’re also seeing adults do scavenger hunts as a fun way to bring some lighthearted nostalgia back for summer,” she added.

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