In this post, we put together a list of absolutely awesome Summer activities and ideas for kids to do this Summer break. There are arts, crafts, sensory activities, games, scavenger hunts and more! Come take a look and share these ideas with a friend!
Awesome Summer Activities and Ideas
Unpoppable Bubble Recipe with Free PrintableKids love making bubbles! I mean REALLY love bubbles. Below you’ll find a great video demonstrating how to create your own unpoppable bubble solution and a printable recipe. This would make a fun science activity to do with your child, or use at a science-themed birthday party, or at the beach or the park, or even right in your own house on a rainy day.
6 Fun Summer Studies!Here are some playful educational activities to add to your weeks during summer break. The kids enjoy them, and they have no idea it’s really school.
25 Fun, Free Family Activities for SummerHere’s a list of 25 fun, FREE activities you can do with your family this summer. No tickets to buy, no admission fees, no need to rent a motel room or eat at a restaurant – just lots of family fun!
TOP 10 BACKYARD ACTIVITIES FOR 4 YEAR OLDSThey want to throw, run, shoot, toss, hop, skip, spin, tumble, and so much more. At the age of four, it seems that they are ready to try many more physical endeavors. And I love it!
Some days I open the back door, and they will run and play on their own for an hour. However, there are many days they need a little direction. On such days we use an easy 10-step, get moving obstacle course.
There are so many wonderful ideas for DIY instruments and music stations around. I thought that it would be fun to combine some of these ideas into an outdoor music man. Great fun for exploring different sounds and a good opportunity to make a lot of noise!
Tanya is a homeschooling mom to two children, a son and a daughter. She focuses on following their particular learning interests at their level and in building a strong Christian foundation in their hearts. To cater to their high giftedness, she uses an eclectic teaching approach, which complement each other and maximize the fun in learning. Tanya has a degree in elementary education, a minor in French and a Master's degree in school administration. She is happily married to her best friend and enjoys sharing her life and experiences in her blog to provide inspiration and bring new ideas.