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Family Entertainment At Home on “Staycations”

Travelling is never as affordable as the travel agencies or online ticket companies lead you to believe.  Even just going to the movie theatre nowadays costs more than ten dollars a ticket, and it adds up super quickly when you add children to the mix.  But we at Oklahoma City Home Services believe that fun family entertainment does not have to break the bank this summer vacation.

If you are a recent home or business owner with kids of your own, or if you are a proud aunt or uncle of sorts, than you know that entertaining the young ones during family reunions or stay-cations can be one of the most tiring and challenging of experiences.  They are rightfully bored after having a strict schedule and list of things to do while school was in session, but during summer break finding ways to be productive while occupying time as a family  can be hard with all the things like yard or lawn work, that us adults have to get done still.

Today’s culture encourages us to see television programs and movies, but we forget that the best part about being young is creativity.  And with cameras being built into pretty much every cell phone in existence, it is a wonder to us why most parents haven’t encouraged the creation of family friendly home videos.  There are even a multitude of free video editing software out there, so why not make your kid the protagonist or his or her own made up story?  The possibilities for entertainment are endless when your child is the creator, so you all can enjoy the rest of summer with style.

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