IT’S SUMMER: 10 ACTIVITIES TO TAKE YOUR KID OUTSIDE!
It’s 8am and your kid is up. There is no school, there is no obligation. It’s time to be creative. If you are looking for some fun outdoor activities for you and your family, maybe
It’s 8am and your kid is up. There is no school, there is no obligation. It’s time to be creative. If you are looking for some fun outdoor activities for you and your family, maybe it is time to try these 10 simple, imaginative and fun activities to keep the kids occupied!
1. Learn a new sport
Do you know how to play soccer? Basketball? Baseball? Maybe it’s time to add another skill to your parenting and help your kid to become a better athlete. There are so many sports they don’t know yet, this is the perfect that to find their passion.
2. Discover a Bug Safari
Dig for worms, observe lizards, and hunt for ladybugs. Marvel at an ant
carrying an oversize crumb. Learning doesn’t happen only inside of a school, you know!
3 .Time to learn how to swim
If you haven’t thought about this yet, waste no time. Kids love water, kids love summer, summer is time to use the pool. And if you need another reason to take your child to have the time of their lives in the pool, this can be a great bonding time for both of you, something they will cherish forever.
4. Enjoy the summer nights
There is nothing better than spending a starlit Summer night with your family, chasing fireflies and eating s’mores. It’s also a great way to introduce your kids to the wonders of astronomy.
5. Explore a museum
Major museums are starting Family Art programs. Find one in your area and find your inner Monets.
6. Play Car Wash
Do you want a good way to introduce your kid to hard work while having a lot of fun with water and soap? Park your car in the driveway and let your child give it a good scrub. Get the whole family, or the whole street, involved for added fun!
7. Go to the beach!
Sounds cliché, because it is a classic! There is nothing that can’t be cured with a fun day at the beach. Bring a book, toys, hats and a towel and be prepared to capture cute photos that will capture the best moments of your vacation.
8. Do Yard Work Together
Toddlers can help and have a lot of fun pulling weeds and sprinkling the flowers. Have a kid-size rake and a bubble-blowing lawn mower on hand.
9. Camp outside
There is no safer way to get in touch with the nature for the first time. Buy a tent, call another friend and read scary stories, all of that happening in the comfort of your backyard.
10. Ride your bike
If your kid knows how to ride his bike, this can be the perfect time to show your child that you are more than a mom, but a friend with whom they can have fun and great laughs. This can also be the perfect opportunity to teach them how to ride a bike and help them with their first knee scabs.