Objectives: Keep kids learning and active over the summer. This is great for bored kids, parents, camp counselors, or those looking for ideas with kids in the summer.
The idea for this came out of my kids saying “there’s nothing to do!” This is a list of 90 activities for kids to do, both with parental supervision and without.
It also includes 10 science experiments that can be done with household materials, and readily adapted to kids of all ages. This is a great way to keep your kids thinking over the summer and brush up on science skills.
These come with links to additional activities, suggestions for how to modify for higher and lower age/ability levels, etc.
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