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).
Feeding ducks is such a great pleasure for a fun and simple family activity! But did you know that eating white bread isn't necessarily good for ducks? See how knowing the foods that are nutritious for feeding ducks can also help you talk with your children and teens about finding balance in their lives!
Creating domino reactions is a favorite—but often forgotten—activity. Bring this simple pleasure back into your home! again! It's also a great way to talk with your children about how their choices affect others.
This activity helps your family focus on slowing down and finding the right balance in their lives. The activity is simple: gather some rocks from your yard and use them to create a cairn (often used as a landmark in hiking to help you and others know you’re on the right path). For added meaning, paint the rocks in a way that symbolically represents the landmark changes happening in your life right now.
This team game will have you laughing while helping refine your communication skills (and your motor skills, too)! Whether you’re building teamwork skills at work or looking for ways to talk with your kids about teamwork, you’ll love this game! Team up in pairs and have player 1 face away from a bowl filled with Ping-Pong balls. Player 1 uses chopsticks to move the balls from one bowl to another while player 2 tries to guide him by telling him how to move his hands!