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If an elderly person lives near you, you could ask if you can mow her lawn or feed or walk her pet.
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Dip square pretzels into a mixture of chocolate hazelnut spread and peanut butter. Voila! You have a fast, sweet snack.
Going to Collage
Ask a parent for a few old magazines, and cut out pictures of thing you like, such as dogs, horses, cute clothes, and so on. Arrange them on a poster board. Attach with glue, and let dry. Hang the poster on your bedroom wall. Fill your room with things you love to see!
To make children feel more comfortable with you, bring along some games or books that you liked when you were little. The children might warm up to you more if you bring some things that they're interested in, too.
This is a fun game to play on long car trips. When cars pass, look at the states on their license plates. Write down all of the states you can find. Whoever finds the most states wins.
Here's a fun, fashionable touch to add to a gift for a friend. Ask a parent for an old magazine or catalogue. Cut out a cute outfit, and tape it to the top of a wrapped gift for her. Then cut out your friend's face from a picture and tape it to the outfit so that it looks as if she's wearing it. She'll love it!
When you are assigned a long-term project for school, it helps to divide it into steps and plan to do an equal amount of work per day instead of waiting until the last minute to do it all.