Bored? Stuck at home? Even if you can’t go outside, you can still have fun. Here are some easy games, activities and projects that you can do indoors.
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Learn how to fold this classic paper game and fill it with hidden messages.
Never be without your favorite jokes again. Download, print and fold these fun pocket-sized joke books to take with you.
Shake up your winter routine with this easy-to-make snow globe keepsake.
Use these instructions to fold your very own Star Wars X-Wing ship.
Create your own top-secret invisible messages with this simple technique.
You're never too old to color, so grab some crayons or colored pencils and download our fun coloring book.
Use duct tape to make a handy wallet that will last for years.
Learn how to make a flipbook animation and easily bind it into your own animated picture book.
Recycle empty plastic bottles and jugs and turn them into fun and useful projects.
Simple slime is made of glue and borax. Here's how to make your own batch of stretchy slime.
Here's how to make some yummy, homemade treats that your dog will love.
It might seem like magic, but all you're doing is collecting salt crystals from evaporated salt water. (It's still cool!)
You can build this picture frame with materials found around the house or yard.
Store pencils, markers and brushes in this handy DIY pencil holder.
A diamond-shaped kite is easy to fly and will fly even in low wind speeds. Here's how to make one with newspaper.
Twig pencils are fun, easy and cheap to make. And the expressions on your friends’ faces when you start scribbling with a stick will be writetious!
Have fun with the wacky world of science. Try these simple experiments.
A professional illustrator shows how to make your penciled puppies come to life.
With just a few common items from around the house, you can make a simple microscope that's straight out of history.
Candy isn't just a sugary treat. You can learn something by using it in some fun science experiments.
Make a fun flying vehicle with stuff found around your house.
You can demonstrate cool scientific laws using common objects around the house.
Power a digital clock by making a battery out of lemons.
A paracord watchband makes a great gift or can be used as a survival tool. Unraveled, it provides about 10 feet of handy paracord for fixing tent lines or tying together broken gear.
You don’t have to wait for the right season to plant your flower and vegetable seeds. Grow plants indoors any time of year with this easy project.
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