20 Fun Summer Activities for Kids

by Marcy on June 4, 2015 · 0 comments

20 fun summer activities for kids

My girls and I are having a fun summer break so far. I loved having littles, but I’m really enjoying the ages of 5 and 9 right now. They are able to do quite a bit for themselves (getting dressed, grabbing a snack etc…), they enjoy sleeping in (HOORAY!) and it is easy to pack them up and head out to do something fun. We have been spending a lot of time at our local parks, taking advantage of our memberships to the local Science Museum and Zoo/Waterpark and hanging out with friends.

That being said, my kids inevitably get bored at some point in the summer, and I’m guessing that you can relate! That’s why I thought it would be helpful to share this great list of 20 Fun Summer Activities for Kids with you! I especially want to try the Backyard Obstacle Course for my kids and their neighbor friends, as well as the Nature Scavenger Hunt and Ice Chalk. Honestly, it all sounds fun to me. :-)

20 Fun Summer Activities for Kids

  1. How to Make Amazingly Huge Bubbles | Baby Saver$
  2. Ice Chalk | Reading Confetti
  3. Noodle Wicket Ball | My Kids’ Adventures
  4. Soapy Sea Foam Sensory Play | Two-Daloo
  5. Rainbow Bubble Snake | Viral Nova
  6. Pass the Water | A Girl and a Glue Gun
  7. Glow-in-the-Dark Volleyball | Me. Myself, and Tena
  8. Squirt Gun Painting | Fireflies and Mud Pies
  9. Paint Filled Eggs on Canvas | Growing a Jeweled Rose
  10. Painting with Feet | Home Grown Friends
  11. Nature Scavenger Hunt | The Taylor House
  12. Outside Twister | Buzz Feed
  13. Spongeball Toss | Passion for Savings
  14. Water Blob | Homemade Toast
  15. Backyard Obstacle Course | Imagination Soup
  16. Water Balloon Piñatas | Milk Allergy Mom
  17. Backyard Game Board | The 36th Avenue
  18. Ice Block Treasure Hunt | Listotic
  19. Exercise Cube | Little Family Fun
  20. Shaving Cream Bathtub Paint | Mom Dot

What would you add to this list?

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