Fun Things For Teens To Do

There are many fun things for teens to do. Apart from getting bored by just sitting in the home, there are numerous activities. Teenagers are full of energy and they do not feel zealous just sitting and doing nothing. They need fun, excitement and creativity. However, it all depends on individual’s mood what he/she wants to do and what they hate. Here is the general idea and fun things for teens to do –

Go and watch the movie - Inviting someone to a movie is definitely safe. It is probably the #1 first dates. You can go to a first-run film or a 99¢ movie. One good way to make it a little interesting is to let your date choose the film, or put a bunch of movie names in a hat and pick one at random when you get together.

You might also check out the “Alternative” movie scene, especially if you live in a good-size city. Most cities have a small theater that plays foreign or limited-run films. Local museums may also have off-the-wall films. A museum in our area, for example, plays movies outside in the summer and people bring picnics and blankets to watch the films. They also have an animation festival every year that is lots of fun. A nice dinner is another fun thing for teens to do as it is nothing but another classic.

As mentioned above, dinner out means that you are going to have to think of something to talk about for an hour or two and sometimes that can be hard, especially on the first date. One way to lessen that problem is to go on a double date. A dance or a game is also not a bad idea to have fun things for teens to do. High schools are always having dances and football games, so you can invite your date to one of these. It’s a good, safe bet.

Other fun things for teens to do –

· Learn to sew or knit
· Invite friends over and have a tea party.
· Swing on the swings at the park.
· Tie-Dye a t-shirt or bed sheets with Kool-Aid!
· Make a smoothie.
· Learn how to define and spell 5 new words from the dictionary.
· Make popsicles in your freezer.
· Put on the radio and dance.
· Go camping in your backyard!
· Spend the day at the library.
· Draw a self-portrait.
· Make a collage out of old magazines.
· Run around in the sprinklers.
· Go to a museum.
· Go out for lunch with one of your parents.
· Jump in the pool with your clothes on.
· Eat last night’s leftovers for breakfast.

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