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Take a walk in the woods with children using a scavenger hunt game printed on a large bandana! Playing this game is a great way to educate and engage kids about the wonderful world of forest life.
While the weather is pleasant, plan an old-fashioned picnic with your kids. This is a perfect kid outdoor activity to get back to some old-fashioned outdoor fun. Include the kids in planning and preparing for your picnic. Putting together a picnic is easy and well worth the effort.
By midsummer flowers are in full bloom. Now is the time to gather flowers for a child flower activity. Make your own potpourri using fresh flowers from the garden.
Sunny, summer days are here. Looking for easy kid summer activity ideas? How about taking the sun itself and plan a fun summer activity for kids? The sun is our closest star and very important to us. The sun gives us light, warmth, energy and life.
Are you looking for a new activity for your child(ren) that is both educational and fun? Why not consider a backyard camping trip? When you first consider it, the idea may seem a bit strange, but think about it: No traffic, no lost children, no lines at public facilities, forgetting something at home is not an issue.
Before the frost and school begins, plan a fun kid camping activity right in your backyard. Invite some friends and neighbors to the backyard campout. A small group of kids, 6 to 8 school-age children, is recommended.
You are a great parent. Pail? Check. Lotion? Check. Designer tent/umbrella/cabana boy? Of, course. Oh. What are we supposed to do now? If you’re long on accessories but short on ideas, we have a few activities for you to try.
Summer, fall, winter or spring, if you have young children with time on their hands you need to have some activities planned. Every child benefits from fun that is also educational, and ten fun projects with magnets fill the bill nicely.
Fall is a wonderful time of the year to have some outdoor fun with the family. Here are five fall activities that will create lasting memories for everyone. Crafts, outdoor activities, tours and other family activities are the things many adult children will remember long after the event as favorite times from their childhood.
At Christmas time you really just want people to know that you’re thinking of them, and you can do this by making a simple homemade gift in less than half an hour, out of a pine cone.