Remember the bottle-flip challenge? If you have outdoor drink holder stakes, bring back the bottle flip with a fun twist—trying to throw or flip your water bottle to land inside the drink holder! It’s a simple way to add some fun to your Fourth of July barbecue!
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).
For an easy summer art project, look no farther than your freezer! Just grab a bag of Popsicles or freezer pops, some cardstock, and perhaps some cookie sheets or large platters for younger hands to reduce the mess. You’ll also want plates—lots of small plates to house each color of Popsicle when you’re not painting with them. Then it’s time to paint with Popsicles—creating art projects to your hearts content!
This easy outdoor game is perfect for summer play, family game night, and family reunions! Bring the best of your favorite sports together with crazy golf! You can also use this game to talk with your kids and teens about developing basic patterns for coping with peer pressure, disappointment, worry, and inadequacy when they face unexpected situations