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As the school year winds down and summer approaches, it’s the perfect time to enjoy quality moments with your family. With an Elevate Homescription, you can avoid the hassle of home repairs and focus on creating lasting memories. If you have been looking for how to make this summer the best one yet- look no further. This ultimate guide will help you to do just that!

  • Nature Scavenger Hunt: Create a list of items for the littles to find like rocks, flowers, leaves, and insects. Then explore a park or backyard to collect these items, turning the adventure into a fun and educational outdoor game.
  • Bug Safari: Give kids magnifying glasses and a small container to explore and observe various insects in their natural habitats.
  • Water Balloon Fight: Fill up colorful balloons with water, divide into teams, and toss the balloons at each other. Enjoy a fun and refreshing way to cool off on a hot day.
  • Sprinkler Fun: Set up a sprinkler in the yard, run through the water, and play games like tag or hopscotch.
  • Water Park Day: Spend a day at a local water park enjoying slides, wave pools, and lazy rivers.
  • Sidewalk Chalk Art: This is a fun and creative activity for kids that allows them to express themselves using colorful chalks on the sidewalk or driveway. Encourage children to explore different designs, colors, and techniques to create vibrant and imaginative masterpieces.
  • DIY Bird Feeder: Craft bird feeders using pine cones, peanut butter, and birdseed, then hang them in the yard. Kids will love watching the birds surround it.
  • Nature Crafts: Use items found in nature (leaves, sticks, stones) to create art projects like leaf rubbings or painted rocks.
  • Backyard Olympics: Set up various games and competitions, such as sack races, three-legged races, and obstacle courses.
  • Capture the Flag: Organize a game of capture the flag with teams in the yard or at a park. Better yet, find a glow in the dark football and do it during the evening.
  • Mini Golf: Create a mini-golf course using household items and play a round with friends.
  • Hiking: Explore local trails and parks, teaching kids about different plants and wildlife along the way.
  • Camping: Plan a camping trip in the backyard or at a campsite to teach kids about outdoor living and survival skills. Even camping in the backyard can feel like a mini getaway!
  • Biking: Go for a family bike ride on a scenic trail or around the neighborhood. Enjoy getting some Vitamin D outdoors.
  • Stargazing: Use a telescope or just the naked eye to observe stars, planets, and constellations at night.
  • Outdoor Science Experiments: Conduct simple science experiments, like making a baking soda volcano or creating a solar oven to make s’mores.
  • Volunteer Projects: Participate in community clean-up events or plant trees to teach kids about giving back.
  • Bird Watching: Equip the kids with binoculars and a bird guidebook and watch them identify different bird species. Keep a checklist of the birds they spot to learn more about local wildlife.

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