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The Home Stretch

Bank Holiday Monday, and we’re out where we hope you are – enjoying the sunshine (or the rain) with our families.

There are just a few days of summer holidays left, and if you’re wondering how to keep your kids entertained during the final leg of this summer, we recommend these articles:

Top 10 Activities for Sunny or Wet Days

Six Weeks to Fill

Dad Games

We’ll see you back here on the Monday DadTalk Blog next week!

Until then, enjoy new blogs from our other DadBloggers:

Simon H, Simon D, Tim, and Steve

Have fun, and hang on – just a few days left until things get back to normal.

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