of their vacation. Well, if your problem is similar to mine, worry not, as I have a solution (or few). Here is a list of five fun summer activities that your kids are sure to enjoy:
All you need is aluminum foil and a garden hose. Take a few sheets of aluminum foil and roll up the sides to make a U-shaped stretch of an artificial river. Turn on the garden hose and let the water flow through the aluminum river. You
can also build ice boats by freezing colored water in ice molds and topping it with toothpicks that can hold tiny flags. Sit back
and watch the excitement unfold among your little ones as they are sure to have a blast with this activity. Even after the ice boats have melted, your kids can sail paper boats in the artificial river.
bored? Well, with this fun activity, they can go stamping all out, without you having to worry about any damage being caused. Spread out a wide sheet of white cloth in your yard and hand your kids some paints, cut potatoes and apples, along with sheets of bubble wrap, tied to their feet. Let your kids dip the potatoes, apples and their feet in paint and go about creating stamping impressions all across the sheet. This is a great activity to help your little ones let loose and open a whole new world of fascinating pattern ideas. An interesting variation to this activity is to let your kids stamp within the outline print of their favorite cartoon characters. Doing this will improve their concentration skills and help them
develop a neat hand at art.
moments with these amazing activities. Which one of the 5 activities is your favorite? Let me know in the comments section below.
nutrition, wellness, health and lifestyle. As a regular contributor to popular sites like Huffington Post, Natural news, Elephant journal, Thehealthsite, Naturally Savvy, curejoy and MomJunction.com. Aradhana writes to inspire and motivate people to adopt healthy habits and live a stress-free lifestyle.