Every year, it’s the same story. The school year is hard enough, but what ideas can we come up with for summer?
Today’s kids have to have something to do, otherwise they sit in front of computer games and that’s not good.
Decades ago, kids were told to “go outside and play” and we just figured it out. There were lots of kids in the neighborhood to play with.
Now, fun comes to you. Raddish sends you cooking projects and the Dad Lab gives you great ideas for easy science fun.
Need to get your kids out of the house for a while? What about The Tinkering School to develop their curiosity or an Outward Bound adventure to give them confidence and self-sufficiency?
Have a child with special needs? Autism Speaks has ideas for your kids on the spectrum and kids with ADHD can find fun summer activities just for them on the CHADD, Children with Attention Deficit Disorder, website. Good luck!
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