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National Siblings Day

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The unofficial holiday of National Siblings Day is celebrated on April 10th each year. It is a day to celebrate and create an even bigger bond between you and your siblings no matter what age!

Below are two lists of ideas of things to do with siblings based on age.

Activities for younger siblings:

  1. Freeze Game - Turn on your favorite music and let your kids dance. Then stop the music. The kids must freeze until the music starts playing again. If anyone budges before you start the music again, they get a point.

  2. Lava Game - Kids must keep moving without touching the floor to stay off the “lava”.

  3. Balloon Game - Get a balloon or beach ball and players can’t let the ball hit the ground.

  4. Scavenger Hunt - Set up a scavenger hunt around the house or outside for your kids to look for different items.

  5. Work on an art project together.

Activities for older siblings:

  1. Cook or bake something together.

  2. Have a spa day and do each others nails.

  3. Play a board or card game.

  4. Plan a day without friends. Summer activities could include: The Magic House, Six Flags, Swing Around Fun Town, Grant’s Farm, Missouri Botanical Gardens.

  5. Watch each other's favorite movies, together.

  6. Have a siblings picnic or dinner date.

Madisen Schlueter is a junior at Lindenwood University pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a minor in Graphic Design. On campus, she is involved in Greek life as a member of the Delta Zeta sorority, where she serves as design chair and creates shirts for chapter events. She’s a native of St. Louis, grew up playing softball and loves traveling. When she’s not studying or working, you can find Madisen at Starbucks catching up with friends.

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