How To Fight Summer Boredom

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As the school year comes to a close, it’s time to fight the summer boredom and have activities at the ready even if they just end up playing in the sprinkler all day.

We’ve come up with some activities to keep your kids active, outside, and to help keep the boredom at bay:

Experiment together. If you have curious little ones, find out how to blow bubbles with things found around the house. Or learn about the water cycle.

Explore outside. In our house, fresh air seems to resolve fights and magically change attitudes. Grab a notebook, make a pair of binoculars and go bird watching. Or check out this list of awesome DIY backyard games, sure to keep the kids occupied with new and exciting games.

Make art. Take the art activities outside for fun messes and easy clean up. Gather leaves or flowers to make your own paintbrushes. Or make brightly colored squirt gun art.

Introduce a hobby. Encourage them to try new things. Try enrolling them in an art or sports camp. Give them a disposable camera to experiment with or an underwater version if you’re traveling to the pool or beach.

As always, check out more ideas on our pinterest page for outdoor adventures and indoor activities for sensory play and experiments for those rainy days.


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