By: Amy Hannold, SavingCentsEveryday.blogspot.com
Local Farm Tours and Farmers Markets: Find a local farm, many of them offer tours for families or groups (get the friends or playgroup together!):
Websites offer Fun Online and More:
Go on an adventure! National Geographic, the kids edition offers stories, pictures and fun ideas:
Books to Inspire Summer Fun:
Summer Bridge Activities Books for all grades preschool through middle school and Summer Activities for the Young Christian, by Julia Ann Hobbs. Colorful, fun, value-based, award-winning workbooks which will keep your kids learning through fun and challenging activities.
So, now it’s your turn, 24/7 MOMS; tell us how you’re keeping your kids busy.
we go to the sprinkler park a lot and play home in the yard.
this is a great. i am now forming so much ideas in mind for excellent outdoor activities. i guess our family really needs it.
Don't forget about cloud watching! I have taken some beautiful pictures of my favorite past time! I used to love watching clouds on road trips. It made the time pass by so quickly. Now I can share that same enjoyment with my daughter! At the age of 7 they are so imaginative! She saw images before I did!