100 School Holiday Activities for Teenagers Who are Easily Bored

Most teens go berserk when school holidays start, but as the days go by, some just go bored, and would just want to stick around the corner doing nothing.

So if you’re sick of hearing them say “I’m bored…” and if you’re growing tired of their moping these holidays, here are some suggestions for fun and cheap school holiday activities for teenagers!

1. Crash at a friend’s house.

Sometimes a change of scenery can make all the difference.

2. Organise a movie marathon nights.

Pick a theme (ie Terminator series) and watch the whole lot in one sitting.

3. Go swimming.

Either at the local pool, at a nearby beach, or at a friend’s pool.

4. Organise a huge water fight with friends.

Tell them to bring all their water guns, Nerf Guns, or invest in some of those water balloons.

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5. Mow the lawns.

(and ask for pocket money)…

6. Wash the car inside and out.

(then ask for pocket money)…

7. Go to a theme park with your mates.

or visit the local water inflateable world.

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9. Organise a camping trip with friends.
8. Go fishing.

If you don’t have access to a boat, try off the local jetty.

10. Plan and hold a party.


11. Read a classic book.

See what all the fuss was about.

12. Change your bedroom around.
13. Play online with your mates.

Play Wii, Playstation, Xbox.

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14. Start your own Youtube channel.
15. Have an outdoor basketball free-throw contest.

Film it and put it on Youtube.

16. Design and make a website.

Then design products to sell and make some money!

17. Download a program to design the house of your dreams.

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18. Paint fingernails and toenails or book in for a mani pedi.
19. Apply fake nails with crazy designs.
20. Bake a cake or pie from scratch.
21. Stay a night with family.
22. Help grandparents out for a day.
23. Go for a surf, or learn how to surf.
24. Take the dog for a walk.

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25. Find some holiday part-time work for a bit of cash.
26. Go for a bike ride.
27. Play basketball with mates.

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28. Make a playlist of your favourite songs.
29. Turn up the music and dance.
30. Have a fun fashion show with friends.


31. Go rollerblading.
32. Cook dinner one night.
33. Have a makeover party.
34. Hang out at the beach.

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35. Play mini golf.
36. Take a long, hot bubble bath with candles and music.
37. Run through the sprinkler with your clothes on.

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38. Wash the dog.
39. Go motorbike riding.

(if you have one and you’re allowed).

40. Rent and watch a whole season of your favourite television series.
41. Catch up with friends at the local park or shopping centre.
42. Check out what might be happening during the school holidays at your local library.
43. Spend an entire day in your pyjamas.

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44. Spend a whole day playing board games with friends.
45. Go geocaching in your local area.
46. Make a recipe that is on the back of a cereal box.
47. Learn a new exercise or go to a Zumba or Yoga class.

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48. Plant a veggie garden.
49. Make a movie with your phone.
50. Get a professional facial.


51. Make up a scavenger hunt for you and a few friends.
52. Go hiking up a mountain or through the rainforest.

Take photos and post them online.

53. Make popcorn the old-fashioned way.

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54. Learn how to knit or crochet.
55. Make a friendship bracelet.
56. Try not to complain for a whole day.

(This is really difficult – try it).

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57. Buy a magazine at the store and read the whole thing cover to cover.
58. Have a pj party.
59. Bake some cupcakes and make fancy icing.
60. Try to make a house of cards.
61. Dress up in random clothes.

(Pick grandmother’s dress and go for a walk, and get friends to join in too)

62. Apply a fake tan and try to perfect it.
63. Hold a contest for best dressed with friends.
64. Offer to go grocery shopping for the week.

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65. Plant some strawberries.
66. Do homework that needs to be done before the new year.
67. Blow bubbles and experiment with bubble mixture.

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68. Learn how to do some car maintenance — change tyres etc.
69. Volunteer at an animal shelter or vet clinic.
70. Do stand-up comedy in front of family/friends.
71. Cook breakfast in bed for your parents.
72. Clean the house.
73. Have a barbeque with friends.
74. Babysit for your parents or friend’s parents.

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75. Do a teen bake with friends.

Everyone brings the ingredients to make something, and cook away together.

76. Write to a pen friend.
77. Go to the local museum.

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78. Take some photographs.
79. Turn old photos into a movie/slide and show them one night.
80. Play a game of tennis.
81. Check out the local council — they may offer free activities to do.
82. Sit down and do a jigsaw puzzle.
83. Learn how to do the laundry.

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84. Re-paint your bedroom or do a feature wall.
85. Build a dog house.
86. Take a computer course.

There are plenty of free ones online.

88. Start learning another language.

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87. Learn how to cook a Chinese dish.
89. Start your own blog.
90. Attend a driver training course.

(If you have your learners!)


91. Start writing a business plan for your dream business when you grow up.
92. Understand what your parents do all day and appreciate their hard work.
93. Spend a few days on a property and learn how to do some farm work.

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94. Write a book review and submit it online.
95. Go through Mum’s pantry and enter all the competitions on the back of packs.
96. Arrange your books/CDs/DVDs in a special order.
97. Design your own personal signature dish.

Then photograph it and submit it a cooking website.

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98. Make your own sausages from scratch.
99. Explore the local landmarks.
100. Research your favourite actor or sports star.
What do you do with your kids during school holidays?

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