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Here are some ideas for keeping your kids happily occupied throughout the summer — giving you time to get things done.
Stock up on indoor activities. Keep board games, puzzles and a deck of playing cards on hand for when your kids need a break from the sun.
Go on backyard adventures. Plan a picnic or let your kids camp overnight in your own backyard.
Start a lemonade stand. Teach your kids a simple lemonade recipe and watch them become instant entrepreneurs. Bonus: They can practice their math skills counting change!
Invest in storytelling tech. Collect audiobooks your kids love and play them when you need some quiet time to yourself.
Create a chore chart. Make housekeeping a game! Assign simple chores to your kids and offer a small prize, like getting to choose what’s for dessert. Your kids will help you out and have fun in the process.
Decorate your sidewalks. Give your kids a bucket of sidewalk chalk and watch your yard transform into an art studio. Teach them to draw hopscotch frames for creative exercise.
Send your kids on a scavenger hunt. Give your kids a list of small items to collect from neighbors or friends. The first one to collect everything on the list wins!
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