1.) Binge watch a favorite new series.

2.) Have your kids set the table.

3.) Volunteer (or cook a little extra and deliver it to someone you know is alone and socially distanced this holiday).

4.) Run in a virtual turkey trot (or start a family fun run around the neighborhood.)

5.) Get a plain tablecloth and let your children make a keepsake by decorating it.

6.) Make a special breakfast.

7.) Ask your kids to serve dessert.

8.) Break the wishbone.

9.) Take a walk after eating.

10.) Call family and friends on a video call. If your children are a little shy talking on the call, give them some ideas before the call to share – favorite thing to eat, what they are thankful for, what they helped make or decorate for the holiday.

11.) Pick flowers and plants from your yard to craft into a centerpiece.

12.) Play a new board game.

13.) Eat outside or fire up the firepit after dinner and make some s’mores.