Monday, July 2, 2012

50 FREE things to do over the summer

1. Play in the water....add color, bubbles, toys make it fun.
2. Visit a National Park
3. Make homemade popsicles
4. Plant a garden using the seeds you had from fruits/veggies you ate
5. Make a tent in the house, use a sheet and cloths pins, even spice it up and have lunch in the tent.
6. Visit a farmers market
7. Go to story time at the Library
8. Go play in the creek
9. Make a wind chime out of recycled veggie cans
10. Go to the beach
11. Visit a local park
12. Check for free kids bowling
13. Play soccer, baseball, etc in the yard or at a local park
14. Check to see if there are free movies for kids
15. Go pick flowers
16. Nature walk
17. Feed the ducks....use old bread or get $1.00 bread from the Dollar Store
18. Gather crafts supplies in house and make a craft
19. Check local newspaper for free events
20. Cook with you kids
21. Make a reading tent or read outside under a shaded tree
22. Have movie day/night at home
23. Go fishing
24. Throw rocks in a pond
25. Make sun tea
26. Paint rocks
27. Play dress-up
28. Go for a bike ride
29. Have a play date with friends
30. Host a tea party
31. Have friends over for back yard fun.....set up a ring toss, do water balloon toss, stack and squirt the plastic cups over, do sack races
32. Have a picnic
33. Go to a local dock and watch boats
34. Go for a ride and play I spy
35. Go out and about and take pictures to make a scrapbook
36. Check to see if local Home Depot or Lowe's has free building for kids.(Normally on Saturday)
37. Climb trees or make a tree fort
38. Go to the splash pad or look for local water fun for free in the area.
39. Do a scavenger hunt with the kids
40. Make a treasure map, hide some treasure and have the kids find it.
41. Check to see if local hobby store(Michael's, Hobby Lobby, ect) has free events for kids
42. Car wash
43. Make your own play-doh
44. Pretend, house, school, and ect.
45. Make hand print crafts
46. Play with play-doh.....make pretend food, cut shapes, cut it with a plastic knife to help build fine motor skills.
47. Color, paint or draw
48. Cut things out of a magazine and make a collage
49. Play in the sprinkler
50. Chalk play

Summer is a time to do fun things and create lifelong memories. Hope you and your family will be able to do some or all of the things listed.

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