Tips to prevent hearing your kids say “I’m bored” this summer

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If your child has ever said, “I’m bored,” The Family Conservancy has tips on how to respond and help your child break the monotony of boredom.

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•Sometimes boredom can be a good thing for children
•Unstructured time builds imagination
•Kids can discover their own interests
•When your child says "I'm bored!" spend time with him/her
•Then brainstorm activities he/she can do
•Your family can create a list of activity ideas

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