When you’re ready to plan a summer of fun and adventure, this Super Summer Bingo chart provides over 35 ideas for summer play for kids, teens, and families! And the format will have your family wanting to continue enjoying family fun together each day. You can even see how many times you can earn a bingo throughout the summer! It also provides a great way to talk with your children and teens about short-term and long-term goals (see more below).
Unlike classic memory games, in this game you’re looking for MISmatched pairs that share nothing in common! When you find a pair of socks that share NO colors or patterns in common, you get to keep the pair! Playing the printable MISmatched Socks game is a perfect way to boost your brain and have fun at the same time!
Have fun getting to know your mom or grandma even better with these five fun interview prompts in a free printable! It’s a great activity for Mother’s Day, plus it’s a fun way to record your family history!
This activity takes paper airplanes to the next level! While the fun of building a paper airplane encourages creativity, add a target for the airplane to land on and it focuses your family's creativity to reach higher to build an engineering masterpiece! Take the activity up a notch more by downloading this FREE paper airplane runway (link in my profile) and see who can land on it with the most accuracy! Then take the chance to talk about how, as with this game, having a specific goal helps us channel our efforts to reach our best abilities. It's also a great STEM activity at home to learn about the laws of aerodynamics!
These 10 colorful and downloadable Nature Walk Bingo cards will turn a routine walk into a fun adventure with our downloadable Nature Walk Bingo game!
Whether we’re hurriedly moving to our next destination or scrolling on our phones while talking with someone in the room, it’s easy to be present somewhere without truly experiencing the moment or the location. This Nature Walk Bingo game provides a fun reason to pause and truly appreciate the stunning world around us. And it’s a great reason to get outside! It helps you connect with nature and with the people you’re with! It’s also a great game to involve children across a wide range of ages.