50 Free Summer Activities for You and Your Kiddos

Who is in need of a Summer Bucket List!? Well... HERE WE GO!


While summer is super enticing, sometimes those days can get a little long when you don't know what to do. If you've ever heard the words "I'm bored" uttered from your kid's lips (probably a million times a day) you know it can drive you a little batty! So be prepared with a list of activities they can do whenever the "I'm bored" hits!


I know I know, you're probably thinking "STEPHANIE THE STRESS", I totally get it and have been through the same thing... but it's important. I talk ALL about how we got through it as a family and even about a few other juicy things in my Adventuring With Your Kids in my E-Book!


Just remember: not every single (if ANY) activity you do with your kiddos needs to be extravagant or pricey.


*Pro Tip! Write each idea on a popsicle stick and add them to a mason jar. Then when "I'm bored" stops in at your house you can direct your kiddos to grab a stick and kick 'em to the curb!

50 Free Summer Activities

Backyard Olympics (google it!)

Make your own "Drive In" Theater

Build a Fort

Backyard Camping

Go Hiking

Make Mud Pies

Fishing

Swimming

Have a Picnic

Scavenger Hunt

Make a Bug Zoo

Plant Some Seeds

Hop Scotch

Jump Rope

Fly a Kite

Run through Sprinklers

Visit a park you've never been to

Search for local festivals

Throw a Ball Around

Treasure Hunt

Pick Wild Flowers

Make Rock Art

Decorate a neighbor's Driveway with a kind chalk message

Host a Lemonade Stand

Make Up Your Own Game

Have a Bonfire

Go to the Farmer's Market

"Paint" with Water on the Driveway

Build a sand castle

Visit a Water Fall

Make Your Own Popsicles

Play Tag

Find a Little Free Library Near You

Geocaching

Hide-and-go-seek in the dark

Kick the Can

Make a Slip and Slide

Play in the Rain

Build a Teepee

Go to Sculpture Garden

Save Cardboard Boxes to Create a Fort

Use Trash or Recycling to Make "Modern Art"

Visit a State Park

Build a "Fairy Village" Using only Nature

Hunt for Agets

Roll Down a Hill

Play Musical Chairs

Visit a Wild Life Sanctuary

Stay up Late and Stargaze

Set up a Backyard Obstacle Course


My challenge for you? Start creating your OWN list, for every season!


From a tanned, tired, & happy



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