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Top 5 Sister Activities

From sports to sharing secrets there's no end to the fun things you can do with your family member and best friend - your sister! Check out the Top 5 Sister Activities!

No.5: Shop & Swap

The best part about shopping with a sister is that they know you best, they'll help you pick out things you would never choose for yourself - but definitely should! Even if you have the empty wallet blues, you can "shop" each other's closets and trade outfits. The  best part is your sister would never let you leave the house looking less than your best.

No.4: Tea Time!

If you have a younger sister you probably know that[kwlink 24710] a tea party[/kwlink], usually involving all her stuffed animals, is a time-honored tradition. So wriggle into that tea dress, set up the saucer and cups and have a tea party that would put the Queen to shame! If you really want to get into it, you can always make cookies to share.

No.3: Get Crafty

Making something from scratch is an amazing bonding experience, whether it\s christmas ornaments, valentines or just art. Bust out the pens, paper and glue and get creative with your sister! With two artists at work who can basically read each other's minds you're bound to come up with a masterpiece.

No.2: Game Girls

Whether your sister is a bookworm or a baseball star you always have a built-in buddy for any game you might want to play with you sister around. So dust off the scrabble or soccer ball and indulge in a little friendly comeptition.

No.1: Share Secrets

Swapping stories from school or life is a sister activity that never goes out of style, and the best thing about a secret-sharing sleepover with your sister is that no one has to go home in the morning!

Have Your Say

What's your fave sister activity? Let us know in the comments section below!

 

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Gr8fairy

Gr8fairy wrote:

Cool i'd have done it if i had a sister
commented: Mon Aug 05, 2013

Gr8fairy

Gr8fairy wrote:

Cool i'd have done it if i had a sister
commented: Mon Aug 05, 2013

Gr8fairy

Gr8fairy wrote:

Cool i'd have done it if i had a sister
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