10 Last Minute Summer Activities For KidsLiz Stanley
Summer is coming to an end. So now is the time to get all your last minute summer activities done! Here are 10 to add to your list.
End of Summer Activities For Kids 1 of 11
Click through to see what needs to be added to your summer bucket list.
Fly A Kite 2 of 11
Find the best open park in your area and go crazy with a kite. Bring a picnic while you're at it!
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Water Blob 3 of 11
I have never made one of these, but they look like so much fun! Perfect for just hanging out in the backyard.
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Backyard Campout 4 of 11
You don't have to travel far to have a good campout. Try pitching your tent in the backyard!
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Sidewalk Chalk Art Gallery 5 of 11
I think it would be so much fun to show off the kids chalk art like it's an art gallery. Complete with fancy clothes and hor doeuvres.
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Jumping Rope 6 of 11
Jumping rope is such a nostalgic past time. It's a must do for summer.
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The Beach 7 of 11
If at all possible, visit the beach. Lay in the sand, tackle the waves, build sand castles.
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Farmers Market 8 of 11
Something the whole family will enjoy! Not just for fruits and veggies, most farmers markets have great activities for kids too!
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Lawn Games 9 of 11
Have some friends over and play some fun lawn games! A great end of summer activity.
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Car Wash 10 of 11
As a family, clean the car! Before it gets to cold to do it yourself. Beware of sisters with buckets of water!
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Backyard Drive In 11 of 11
This is such an adorable idea. Let the kids make their own cars to sit in and enjoy a family favorite with some snacks!
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