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Concussion Clinic - Boredom Busters

Activities to keep your brain occupied while keeping it safe

  1. Put a puzzle together.

  2. Make a homemade pizza.

  3. Make homemade ice cream.

  4. Play with clay or Play-doh.

  5. Paint a picture.

  6. Learn how to knit or crochet.

  7. Listen to light music.

  8. Color in a coloring book.

  9. Play with Legos.

  10. Go for a walk in the park.

  11. Go fishing.

  12. Go to the zoo or wildlife center.

  13. Go camping - the backyard will do!

  14. Play cards.

  15. Start a scrap book.

  16. Make mud pies.

  17. Create a lemonade stand.

  18. Scavenger hunt.

  19. Start/keep a journal.

  20. Play ping-pong or table tennis.

  21. Play marbles.

  22. Play dominoes.

  23. Have a tea party (hot cocoa will do too!)

  24. Paint a piece of furniture (decorate).

  25. Make a smoothie.

  26. Build a fort using chairs, towels and/or old sheets.

  27. Draw, paint or create something.

  28. Make some art with sidewalk chalk.

  29. Make paper airplanes and have races.

  30. Play a board game.

  31. Play Charades.

  32. Go on a picnic-even if itis on the living room floor!

  33. Fly a kite.

  34. Play miniature golf.

  35. Visit a museum.

  36. Visit a botanical garden.

  37. Go berry picking.

  38. Blow bubbles.

  39. Play Chinese Checkers.

  40. Play I Spy.

  41. Play string games like cat's cradle.

  42. Do origami.

  43. Play with toys (dolls or cars).

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This page is not specific to your child, but provides general information on the topic above. If you have any questions, please call your clinic. For more reading material about this and other health topics, please call or visit Children's Family Resource Center library, or visit www.childrensmn.org/educationmaterials.

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