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Sporty activities to do with Dad this Sunday

Your dad loves to spend time with you, but TV and sitting down for a chat during supper can get boring after a while. Switch it up with some physical fun! That way, you can get active and have an awesome hangout sesh with your pops! Check out our 5 ideas for fun days this Father’s Day and all summer long:

Ball game

Grab a ball—football, soccer ball, baseball—and toss it around. Ask Dad to show ya how to ace some signature moves. He’ll feel great about teaching you a skill he learned when he was your age…and sharing some sports stories along the way.

Buddy up

Try to get another friend to come over with her dad to play a little two-on-two soccer! It is way fun, and you burn a lot of calories. You can mark the goals with two sweatshirts or socks if you don’t own one. Play to five, and make sure to wear shin guards- you’re better safe than sorry!


Go on tour

Grab a basketball and play around the world. That way, dad’s height won’t give him an unfair advantage. All you need is a hoop, a good attitude, and a basketball. Try to make a basket from six different places around the court (or your driveway). If you want to play classically, go in a semicircle around the hoop starting on the left.


On your marks…

Have your dad make up an obstacle course for you around the yard. Use the porch, the car, the playground, the stairs, everything. Obstacle courses are challenging and great cardio. Don’t worry about looking gross afterwards—that’s the only way you know you’re doing it right! Make him go through it first so that you can see how it’s done, or race each other. Get your sibs in on the fun to turn it into a true-blue competition.


Go for a spin

Walk (or ride) around the park. If you don’t have a local park, you can just cruise around the neighborhood. It’s a great way to work in some QT with dear ol’ dad. A quiet walk during sunrise or sunset is relaxing and will definitely give your mood a boost.

BY TESS MORAN ON 6/10/2014 12:00:00 AM


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