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2. Have a Backyard Adventure

Staying at home doesn't mean you have to remain indoors. Pack a picnic lunch and lay a blanket out on the lawn at your apartment complex, or recreate a chic café seating area on your balcony. Your backyard is another perfect spot to pitch a camping tent to keep the kids busy. Encourage them to explore the yard and study the plants and insects, or keep your eyes upward and identify your neighborhood birds. If the weather isn't cooperating, build a fort with couch cushions and bedsheets indoors. A picnic works just as well on the living room floor.

Camping at home can be an adventure Stephen Simpson / Getty Images
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