The summer holidays are just around the corner and with lots of warm weekends to enjoy, you’re going to need to make some plans. Although you may already have a rough idea of what you want to do with the kids on the days you’re not working, putting together a loose plan will help you feel much more organised. To help give you a little bit of inspiration and guidance when it comes to writing your plan, here are a number of summer activities you can try with the kids:
- Take A Walk To The Park
One of the best activities to try with your kids this summer is also one of the most affordable. Whilst you may want to treat your kids to some paid activities once in a while, nothing says summer like a walk to the park. Whether it’s five minutes away or thirty, your kids will absolutely love the walk as it will be filled with exciting thoughts of what they’re going to do once they get to the park. To make it even more exciting, why not play some games whilst you’re en route?
- Go On A Nature Walk
Another great way to get your children excited about walking this summer is to take them on a nature walk. All you need to do is head to your local nature reserve with a printed list of things your child needs to find. Give them lots of boxes and bags so they can collect their findings, encouraging them to identify different natural objects. For inspiration when it comes to nature walks, you can visit this site here.
- Attend Your Local Church Service
Another great way to spend your summer days is to attend your local church service. Although they may not have an official service every day, you will be able to find a schedule that suits both you and your children. Often during the summer, you will find that they have family events and get-together. For more information about attending your local church service, you can visit Universal Church of the Kingdom of God here.
- Join A Local Activity Group For kids
If you’re looking for a way to make the most out of summer with your kids, why not encourage them to join a local activity group? Whether this means they join a sports group or they attend a day-care centre for school kids, they will enjoy being around other children in a non-school setting. If you’re unsure about attending activity groups for children, you can visit this site here.
- Go To The Movies
Finally, if you want to treat your kids, you may want to consider taking them to the movies. During the summer you will find movie theatres increase the number of child-friendly showings, making it the perfect time to book yourself some tickets!
Are you looking for summer activities to try with the kids? What can you do to make the days more fun? Let me know in the comments section below.