101 Almost Free Things to Do With Kids This Summer...in the 60's we were simply told to go outside and PLAY on most days, we went swimming in the afternoons after mama had cooked ( I never ate a sandwich lunch or fast food), we helped pick and shell peas when they were ready, we did chores...news flash parents: you don't have to make everything in life "fun".
101 Almost Free Things to Do With Kids This Summer
Such a sweet idea! A magazine, beach towel, mini sunscreen, ribbon, treats. Teachers last day of school!
Periodic Table of Texting - High School English
These would be cool...simple decorations. We could put some glow stick in them. Start saving milk jugs girls!
If you write a letter to your child's favorite Disney character they will right back and send an autographed picture. This is the address.
Camping scavenger hunt. We just did this at Girl's Camp and the girl's had a fun time.
Incredible Menu Planner: Each color is a type of food (Asian, Mexican, chicken etc.) The recipe cards are hanging on the bottom. Genius!
Use Shoe holder for water bottles, coffee mugs, etc.
Do you know about Corita Kent? I would recommend her book to any parent with a pre-teen or teenager who’s eager to soak up fresh ways to use art as a form of intervention or social justice. Here's her super-inspiring Ten Art Rules.
Explaining Santa when the time comes... How beautiful
All you need is an plastic, a sock, dish soap & some food coloring. Cut the bottom of the bottle off. Next slide the sock over the bottom of the bottle. Use duct tape or a rubber band to secure your sock. Pour some dish soap into a shallow container with a little bit of water and gently mix. Dip the sock covered bubble blower into the solution and gently blow. To make rainbow bubbles, add various colors of food coloring all around the bottom of the sock (the part that touches the bubbles).
Make Bubble Snakes Using Mismatched Socks
How to teach kids to be responsible. 2 year olds can do a lot more than you would think...it just takes patience and practice.