1. Plan a scavenger hunt. shutterstock.com To make your maps that much more fun, create your own parchment paper. 2. Set up a cookie-decorating party. shutterstock.com It is the best kind of party that ever could be. 3. Put together a family time capsule. Josef F. Stuefer / Getty Images It's a great way to think about what's important. (You don't even have to bury it!) 4. Put on a talent show. shutterstock.com FACT: Couches are the perfect stage for a puppet show. 5. Turn cardboard tubes into magical kaleidoscopes. Maureen Didde / (CC BY http://2.0) / Via Flickr: maureendidde See the colors, all the pretty colors. 6. Go on a vacation in the backyard. Michael Sheehan / (CC BY-SA http://2.0) / Via Flickr: hightechdad You don't have to be in a park to experience some quality nature. 7. Pass down a special skill. Miodrag Gajic / Getty Images From knitting to woodworking to whistling with your fingers, everyone has something that they can teach. 8. Make some costumes and play dress-up. Douglas R Witt / (CC BY-ND http://2.0) / Via Flickr: school_of_witt Costumes? Masks? Not just for Halloween. 9. Give old shirts new life with a fun tie-dye project. essie / (CC BY http://2.0) / Via Flickr: 64148767@N00 Add some fun color to your family's wardrobe. 10. Paint rocks to decorate the garden or your indoor plants. Inti St Clair / Getty Images Want to label your garden in a fun way? This is the best way. You love bonding with them. And you want to protect them – now and in the future. Learn more about Genworth and long term care planning.