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Nature scavenger hunt - I like this one. With "something smooth", "something rough", etc, it requires some thinking and creativity! Will be fun to see what the boys come up with!

My Joy-Filled Lifefrom My Joy-Filled Life

75 FREE Printable Scavenger Hunts

75 FREE Printable Scavenger Hunts - a list of 75 free printable scavenger hunts listed by category from My Joy-Filled Life

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Outdoor games to play in SUMMER-keep those kids active

Outdoor games to play in SUMMER–keep those kids active!

Road Trip Bingo Car Game for Kids; print it out, give each family member a card. I make them photograph the sign on their mobile phone to "prove" that they saw it ;) Littlies can get Mum or Dad to mark when they see a sign.

Nature Scavenger Hunt for Kids http://www.tipjunkie.com/holiday-crafts/easter/games/nature-scavenger-hunt-for-kids/

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DIY Sand and Rock Box

DIY Sand and Rock Box by FSPDT. Gdjk -> made this with toilet rolls (aka tunnels) and moon sand instead of play sand. My son loved playing with it. The moon sand cleans up nicely indoors but play sand will be easier to play with when using the small cars.

The Measured Momfrom The Measured Mom

100 Would you rather questions for kids

Would you rather go swimming in a pool of marshmallows or M & M's? (48 FREE would you rather cards!) Awesome #icebreaker!

Somewhat Simplefrom Somewhat Simple

Summer Schedule for Kids Printable

Activity Schedule for Kids. great for summer.

The Taylor Housefrom The Taylor House

Is this thing on??

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Over 100 Cheap to FREE Summer Activiites

Summer Activities

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100 Things to Do This Summer with Kids

Summer "to do" List.

Listoticfrom Listotic

32 Fun DIY Backyard Games To Play (for kids & adults!)

The ULTIMATE backyard bucket list!

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33 Activities Under $10 That Will Keep Your Kids Busy All Summer

Balloon rockets! Easy fun activity for kids! I love the educational aspect of the experiment as well! You can explain how real rockets work by exploding fuel inside a chamber that is open at the bottom. The force of the explosion creates an opposite force that pushes the rocket up and into space. Cool!