Today is the official first day of summer. However, for most families summer started around Memorial Day or shortly after. If your children aren’t going to camp or summer school most likely they are already looking for things to do.
Below are some ideas to help you get organized and come up with ways to keep your children busy. These ideas are great ways to keep them from spending hours and hours in front of the TV or computer. That may keep them out of your hair but it isn’t healthy for them. Check out these links now and have a plan in place before you hear those dreaded words, (if you haven’t already) “Mom, we’re bored. What can we do?”
Organize Your Summer
These sites are filled with ideas to help you organize your schedules.
Summer Game Ideas
Here are some ideas for backyard games. Create a simple notebook with the instructions so it’s easy to help your children get started playing.
Vacation in Your Own Home Town
Last year I wrote a blog post after the 4th of July filled with ideas and links to websites about vacationing close to home. This year I’m giving you the link to that post now so you can plan ahead and take advantage of some great things to do before, during, and after the holiday. There are also some links for ideas for the 4th of July.
It’s not to late to set up a Summer Planner filled with ideas to make this summer an organized and fun one.