What? How is it July already? Don’t fret. We’ve got you covered with lots of fun things to do for each and every one of this summer’s 99 days. Here are a few ideas for this week.
July 1: Make a meal for a friend in need and have your kids help deliver the finished product.
July 2: Make a playground date with friends. Don’t forget to bring lots of water and sunscreen!
July 3: Go bowling. (visit kidsbowlfree.com for participating bowling alleys who offer free summer bowling programs for children.)
July 4: Watch some fireworks!
July 5: Go for a bike ride. Don’t forget your helmet!
July 6: Bake cookies together and take time to eat them with a glass of milk. Show your kids how to dunk.
July 7: Let your kids pick the meal for the evening, even if it’s a silly or crazy meal. Muffins for dinner? Ice cream sundaes? They’ll be delighted to be in charge.