Cityscape of the Youthhood - link to homepage
 Skip navigation and read main content

Home > The Hangout > Having Fun
Young person playing drums Having fun

Introduction to Having Fun

Are we having fun yet?! We bet this section of The Youthhood caught your eye. Hey, having fun is one of the best parts of life. Part of planning for your future includes being involved in things just for fun. Life can get pretty boring if all you do is the hard stuff.

When you work on your plan for your future, make sure you have goals in your plan about having fun because it's just as important as everything else you are working on. Having fun (also known as recreation and leisure) includes lots of things like traveling, hanging out with friends, sports, hobbies, and being a member of different clubs. You know, all the things we do when we aren't working or cleaning or doing those things we have to do.

This is your time to kick back and do what you enjoy. Try something new - like joining a softball team or becoming involved in a theatre production. Having fun helps you relax and gives you the energy to do all the other things in life.

Here at The Hangout, there are tons of things to do for fun. We're all about having fun and making sure that YOU are having fun! So check it out!

Try a Youthhood activity:

Login and registration links

Forgot your password? Go straight to youth registration Register Now
Youth start here
Adults start here

Login information

You're in Demo Mode

My Youthhood Menu

Guide's Youthhood Menu when demonstrating sidebar to youth

Guide's Youthhood Menu

  • Private Journal
  • Activities Folder
  • Curriculum Guide
  • Life Map
  • Class Notebook
  • Portfolio
  • Back to the Guide's Youthhood
  • Demo the My Youthhood features to youth

Secondary Youthhood Menu

What Can I Do Here? | Help FAQs | Curriculum Guide
Privacy | Disclaimer | About | Contact Us | Homepage

Last updated on December 5, 2018

National Center on Secondary Education and Transition University of Minnesota IDEAs That Work - Office of Special Education Programs

©2006 Regents of the University of Minnesota
The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Online Privacy