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Aish has a long list of suggestions. My favorites are for the kids to be involved with setting the table, preparing dishes prior to Shabbos and then bringing it to the table. Cutting vegetables, etc. Serving special Shabbos treats. Keep the humor rolling. Showing off school projects. My kids play jumprope, and with hula hoops. They also often dress up ...
The things you list. Also, besides board games are other games (card, word, ball, etc. Just be sure to follow the Sabbath rules, which restrict certain game-related activities). Also, Torah study.
I jump rope with my kids on Shabbos. We also play frisbee in the park. (Our city is enclosed.) They also enjoy role-playing games a.k.a. imagination games.
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