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What are some activities parents can encourage during Screen Free Week?

Here are several suggestions for screen-free activities parents and children will enjoy:

Read a book or read to someone else; paint a picture, a mural or a room; write an article or a story; play games or cards; make crafts; do a crossword puzzle; walk the dog or wash the dog; plant or work in a garden; do yard work; go camping or take an early morning walk.

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