It has been weeks since social distancing measures have been implemented to slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Whether you are working at home, have kids to take care of, or are doing some chore all day, there is no denying that lockdown/shelter-in-place orders are threatening to take a significant toll on you physically, mentally and emotionally. That does not mean that you can't have fun while staying at home, though.

Be they for yourself or with others to share to, these indoor activity items should keep you occupied throughout the lockdown period:

1. Never Have I Ever
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Turn poor decisions into good ones with Never Have I Ever! The game is hilariously simple: the more bad things -- written on the cards included in the package -- you have done, the more you admit doing them, the higher your chances of winning. The player who gets 10 cards wins.

2. Cards Against Humanity
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Now with over 150 new cards, Cards Against Humanity is a "party game for horrible people." The game's rules are as follows: as soon as one player asks a question from a black card (100 in total), everyone else answers with their funniest from a white one (500 in total).

3. Moruska Round Puzzle
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Jigsaw puzzles such as Moruska's Round Puzzle can help stimulate your mind. Made from high-quality recycled cardboard, this 1000-piece puzzle not only boosts your brain, but also tests your eye-hand coordination. It can be completed by yourself, or together with someone at home.

4. The Martha Manual: How to Do (Almost) Everything
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If you want to spend your time indoors learning essential life skills that you can use both during and after quarantine, then Martha Stewart's The Martha Manual has you covered. Available in Kindle and hardcover formats, the book features time-tested, "Martha-approved" strategies for frequent challenges and basic how-to knowledge that you should have at the ready.

5. Minimalism Room By Room
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Planning on decluttering your room (if not your whole house)? Then Minimalism Room by Room should help you get started. Available in Kindle and paperback formats, this essential cleaning book teaches you how to tackle every part of your home, and features useful minimalism tips and tricks as well as powerful tools like checklists, sorting guides and tracking sheets.

6. Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat
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Now a Netflix original series, Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat by Samin Nosrat "demystifies the four elements of good cooking for everyone" through "a charming narrative, illustrated walkthroughs and a lighthearted approach to kitchen science." Currently available in four formats, it is a great book to read if you want to spice up your cooking while on quarantine.
 

7. The Complete Mediterranean Cookbook
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The Complete Mediterranean Cookbook is your best bet if you want to try and practice a diet that has proven to improve the health of many people. With more than 500 fresh and flavorful recipes, this cookbook is sure to bring the Mediterranean -- from Italy to Greece to Turkey -- into your kitchen.

8. Lodge Cast Iron Cookware Set
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Want to learn and experience cast-iron cooking? Then you will need Lodge's Cast Iron cookware sets. All of the cookware included in these sets are seasoned with 100-percent vegetable oil for better seasoning when cooking, and offer "unparalleled" heat retention as you sear, saute, fry and bake.

9. Core Max 2.0
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In stock May 4, Core Max 2.0 helps you get sexy abs in just eight minutes a day! Through a power-assisted rebound system, the Core Max provides resistance and support in all directions, maximizing results while minimizing strain. This compact exercise machine can be fitted with a fitness monitor and resistance bands (both sold separately) for a more well-rounded workout.

10. 100 No-Equipment Workouts Vol. 1
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The first of a three-volume book series, Neila Rey's 100 No-Equipment Workouts Vol. 1 is what you will need if you want to stay active without using any extra equipment. This jumbo, A4-sized book will let you "exercise on your terms" and get you fit while under home isolation.

11. Pretty Simple Lettering
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If you want to learn the basics of calligraphy and hand lettering, then you will need Whitney Farnsworth's Pretty Simple Lettering to get started. Available in a spiral-bound format, the book lets you learn the basics of creating alphabets in many different styles as well as how to develop them into something that is uniquely your own.

12. Japanese Origami For Beginners Kit
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Japanese Origami for Beginners is an excellent choice whether or not you are new to origami making or paper craft. Available in Kindle and paperback formats, this full-color, 96-page instruction book features 20 classic origami projects along with step-by-step instructions on how to make them.

13. Paint By Sticker
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If you like either doodling or coloring books, then you will love Paint by Sticker. The images featured are rendered in "low-poly," a computer graphics style that renders a 3D effect, and are divided into dozens of spaces paint-by-number style, each with a number that corresponds to a particular colored sticker.

14. Monopoly Game of Thrones
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In stock May 3, the Monopoly Game Of Thrones Edition lets you travel through the legendary lands of Westeros as you buy, trade and sell locations from the Seven Kingdoms. The game includes GOT-themed play money -- 42 gold dragons and 53 silver stags -- as well as holdfasts and castles in lieu of houses and hotels.

15. GanjaLand
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From the makers of What Do You Meme comes GanjaLand. This hilarious, weed-themed board game pits you and other players against one another as you race towards the entrance of Cannabis Castle. It includes eight character pieces, a large illustrated game board, 157 playing cards, and a "Cannabis" crown to be placed on whoever reaches the finish line.

16. 100 Amazing Patterns
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With 100 patterns to color and a variety of themes, Jade Summers' 100 Amazing Patterns is sure to keep stress at bay at the end of the day. This coloring book, which is available in paperback format on Amazon, combines the symmetrical beauty of mandalas with the enjoyment of coloring "full-frame" images.