41 Inexpensive Ideas For... - Erin and Aaron RE/MAX Hallmark Chay Realty Brkg.

Erin and Aaron RE/MAX Hallmark Chay Realty Brkg.

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Thursday, 18 June 2015

41 Inexpensive Ideas For...

Now that I have your attention.  It's almost that time of the year, that most kids love and most parents dread.  It's almost SUMMER BREAK!  A way for you to be creative, for your kids daily activities.  Yes there are camps you can put them into, but what if they aren't 'camp kids?'  Or what if you are off with them and just want to spend time together?

Tired of doing the same old trips to the regular attractions?  Below, is a list of 41 different ideas to do with the kids, that are not heavy on the wallets..

  1. Go camping at home in your own back yard.
  2. Have a water gun fight.
  3. Have a fun family movie night. If it is raining, inside works great. If not, head outside for a movie under the stars
  4. Make pom pom shooters.
  5. Go stargazing with your kids.
  6. Decorate the sidewalks with sidewalk chalk.
  7. Make ice cream in a bag.
  8. Learn to jump or skip rope.
  9. Blow bubbles. Want an extra challenge? Blow bubbles and let your kids shoot at them with water guns.
  10. Take a picnic to the park.
  11. Play in the water sprinkler in your yard. Here are some great ideas for DIY sprinklers.
  12. Take advantage of free events in your town. Check your town’s website or paper to find information on upcoming events.
  13. Make cookies and deliver them to your neighbours.
  14. Go fishing.
  15. Visit a new park in your town.
  16. Homemade sponge ball toss.
  17. Go on a nature scavenger hunt.
  18. Catch fireflies (If you live somewhere that has them. Calgary doesn’t.)
  19. Teach your kids how to use a camera.
  20. Set up a lemonade stand.
  21. Try squirt gun painting.
  22. Play hopscotch.
  23. Set up water ballon piñatas in the back yard.
  24. Make no-churn homemade ice cream.
  25. Try painting with ice chalk and oil.
  26. Have a campfire.
  27. Make S’Mores.
  28. Learn to make friendship bracelets or Rainbow Loom bracelets.
  29. Tie dye T-shirts for the whole family.
  30. Make rainbow bubble snakes.
  31. Make Kool-Aid slime.
  32. Go to the library.
  33. Make rock candy.
  34. Make a homemade bouncy ball.
  35. Have a homemade 'slurpie' day.
  36. Feeling handy? Make an outdoor chalkboard for your back fence.
  37. Show our feathered friends some love by making DIY bird feeders.
  38. Build a cardboard playhouse.
  39. Paint a rock caterpillar for your garden.
  40. Make a DIY key wind chime.
  41. Need stepping stones in your garden? 
Do you have ideas that you would like to share?  Send them to me directly at erincorcoran.remax@gmail.com  I would LOVE to hear them.

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