Homeschool.com’s 101 Things To Do This Summer list is chocked-full of educational and fun things to do. Maybe your kids will be interested in some of the following–
|1. Make YOUR OWN list—what do you want to do this summer? Go camping? Swim weekly? Learn to ride a horse? Now share your list with your parents. Our list is great – but your list might be even better!
https://www.homeschool.com/Magazine/Volume01/Issue05/ (page 8)
|2. Choose a day – or two – and perform random acts of kindness. See how others respond. Browse Kindness Ideas, and share your stories as well.
|20. Blow bubbles with bubble gum – have blowing contests with your siblings. You can even learn how to blow one bubble within another!
|21. Learn about bats – why they are important and why they are beneficial. Did you know that a bat can eat as many as 1,200 mosquitoes in an hour? Try building a bat house.
|66. Bake cookies on the dashboard of your car (with your parent’s permission, of course)! Learn the science behind this activity.
|67. Engage in an old fashioned sack or wheel barrow race.|
Want to see the entire list? It’s here.
And you might want to check out Homeschool.com’s Summer Fun magazine as well – as every article ties to the 101 Things To Do This Summer list.
Summer freebies can be found here.