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what things do you and your family all enjoy together

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Whiteandbrownrabbit Sat 14-Mar-15 08:33:01

Im asking because of larger than average age gaps
So thought bet this lot have some great ideas

we do enjoy things like theme parks
Little one like to watch and jyst be outside


Swimming is a good one regardless of age

someone else suggested bowling n ice skating which i thought were ace ideas

Anyway do u have any ideas please

shelley1977 Sat 14-Mar-15 09:39:10

we enjoy going out on walks or to the beach. That covers the age range quite nicely

MyCrazyLife Sat 14-Mar-15 10:46:52

Puzzles - get them cheap from car boot sales/charity shops and obviously simple ones for the younger kids and harder ones for the older kids/adults.

Whiteandbrownrabbit Sat 14-Mar-15 23:03:02

yeah we do walk parks a lot

puzzles that's a good one

sosix Sun 15-Mar-15 19:59:59

How old are your dcs?

Mine are 13-2

Theres not that manyvthat 13 year old wants to do nowsad

Heres a few,

Theme park
Meals out
Walks at a push
Dd1 13 would like to join my gym
Watching dd1 cheerlead

Threeplus1 Sat 04-Apr-15 11:46:47

We do home movie/documentary night once per week, taking it in turns to pick the title... We make floor beds in front of the tv, make popcorn and get other snacks in. Out youngest is just 4 so she just eats the snacks and then falls asleep grin but she loves it all nonetheless


Going out for brunch (once in a while!)


NAR4 Sun 05-Apr-15 20:56:22

A day at the beach or a camp fire in the garden. Mine are aged 2-19.

Tsotofamily Tue 02-Jun-15 21:04:05

We have a movie night once a week with yummy nibbles
walks - sometimes through the woods or sometimes I walk with dog and kids ride their bikes
roller skating
picnics at the park

lizabeth0607 Fri 05-Jun-15 16:14:30

We go swimming a lot as you've already mentioned. Cinemas, meals out, bowling, theme parks, the park, the seaside, bbqs, anything crafty- they're all very creative, adventure parks, there's a low rope centre not far from us, they love that!

OhHolyFuck Fri 05-Jun-15 16:15:30

Not a bigger family (only 2 and one in progress!) but have you tried geocaching? Ours really enjoy it

MumSnotBU Fri 05-Jun-15 16:27:00

Going for walks with picnic or bbq. Eating, generally!

MazyCrummy Sat 06-Jun-15 05:45:08

A vote for geocaching here too, or orienteering. My younger ones like the 'treasure hunt' aspect, and the older ones manage the map reading and clue deciphering smile

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