Make This Summer Memorable

Summer Picnic

The long, lazy days of summer have finally arrived. Make your time count and create memories with these fun activities for you and your kids.

 

Backyard Games

diy backyard twister

Play a game of Twister in the backyard! Your entire family will have a total blast with this DIY version of the classic family game. Be sure to get the camera out for some super silly photographs! Get all the details at Sassy Style.

 

Lovely Picnic

Summer Picnic

The kids will remember this family outing forever! Take a peek into your linen closet and find a few old quilts are blankets. Bring along a few pillows and set everything up under your favorite tree. Voila—a perfect backdrop for a perfect day! Image via Cozy in Germany.

 

Homemade Lemonade

Homemade Lemonade

Nothing says summer like a tall, cold glass of homemade lemonade. There are literally thousands of different kinds of lemonade and great recipes all over the Internet—we picked this delicious recipe made with fresh strawberries and blueberries by One Charming Party.

 

Homemade Granola Bars

homemade granola

Here’s a healthy snack that’s easy to whip up with your kids. Take them to the beach, zoo, or simply enjoy the yummy treat at home. Your kids will enjoy the time they get to spend with you in the kitchen. Get the recipe for these almond butter granola bars at Anja’s Food For Thought.

 

Grow Your Initials

grow your initials

Your child will be thrilled as they see their name pop up in green! Plant their initials or go ahead and spell out their entire name. Get all the details at Putti Prapancha.

 

It’s always worth taking time out of your busy schedule for unforgettable moments with your children. What are some of your family’s favorite summertime memories?

 

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