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    Play dough.
    Ride in the car.
    Mate socks together.
    Draw the story.
    Stretch out and do a little yoga.
    Make a salad together (even little ones can cut up cheese with a butterknife).
    Make sculptures with marshmallows and toothpicks.
    Work a colorful puzzle.

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    my parents listen to audio books in the car. This can be a nice move if you are in the car much. Personally, both the kid and i HATE audio books, but my parents will do chores to them, or listen to them on the road. My Dad likes to listen to them when he's outside. He thinks his pig likes them (and maybe she does, who knows?)

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