Last Updated on April 22, 2021 by April
One of the best things about spending time with children is they’re so easy to entertain! Forget cell phones and video games. At the end of the day, all your kids want to do is spend time with you. No need to break the bank either. You just need to get a little creative! Here are some super awesome summer activities for kids that you’ll all love.
Summer Activities for Kids
Keep your children busy during outdoor parties with a pool noodle obstacle course. This summer activity works for a range of ages and can be done on a budget. Find the tutorial from Developing the Whole Child.
Target practice is a fun activity that even some of the adults may want to be a part of. It’s also a great alternative activity using the same supplies as the obstacle course. Get more info from Parents.
Not going to lie, this would have been a dream come true for me as a kid. I love anything that involves water and bouncing around! Get the DIY steps from Good Home Design.
Too hot outside? The Idea Room’s marshmallow and toothpick building craft is a great way to stay cool and pass the time.
Sometimes setting up for the activity can be just as fun! I highly recommend trying out this beautiful DIY rainbow hopscotch idea from Happiness is Homemade.
This DIY tire sandbox is a fun and safe way for your smaller children to enjoy themselves in the summer. No need for a beach to build sand castles! Get the details from I Heart Naptime.
If you happen to have children who are a bit older or teenagers, they’re bound to love making these DIY mason jar fairy lights. Check out DIY Joy to learn how to make them.
Add an educational element to your kids’ summer activity with a STEM project. Find out how to build these adorable stick raft crafts from Kids Craft Room.
I’ve never met a kid who doesn’t adore bubbles! Create a learning experience out of the fun with this STEM activity created by Babble Dabble Do.
More Budget-Friendly Kid Activities
- Camping Trips
- Sidewalk Chalk Sessions
- Water Balloons Fights
- Painting Rocks
- Visiting the Local Library
- Local Swimming Pool
- Sunset Walks
- Movie Nights
- Tug of War Battles
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