- Activity-kit-a day: Make a snow globe
- Activity-kit-a day: Make your own birdhouse.
- Activity-kit-a day: spin art
- Activity-kit-a day: My first Chemistry set
- Activity-kit-a day: Magic Science kit
- Activity-kit-a day: Make a stepping stone
- Activity-kit-a day: Etch a tag engraver set
- Activity-kit-a day: Pottery kit
- Activity-kit-a day: Potato Clock
- Activity-kit-a day: Mandala maker
- Activity-kit-a day: Lava Volcano kit
- Activity-kit-a day: Disgusting Science kit
Activity-kit-a day: tie-dye kitWe haven't done our kit, but we did tie dye at the family picnic and at camp. Love to tie dye!
- Activity-kit-a day: Eco crafts kit
- Activity-kit-a day: Sound studio kit
- Activity-kit-a day: drawing kit
- Activity-kit-a day: light kit
- Activity-kit-a day: Sun prints kit
Activity-kit-a day: friendship braceletsSis has done some at camp, but we still have the kit.
- Host a sleepover with friends.
Join swimming pool.Well, more like we've been mooching off friends, like Mrs. S and Miss K! Start Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Yep, started on June 30. Finished July 1. And now they're reading Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
- Make ice cream in a roly ball.
- Have a no-electricity day.
- Have a backwards day.
- Have a pajama day.
- Paint like Jackson Pollock.
Help at historic house.They helped prep for a program and even posed for publicity shots! Then Sis helped out at the event. Work on woven placemats on loom. Does weaving potholders count??
- Learn how to clean bathrooms.
Learn how to weed garden.Well, Sis has, anyway.
- Practice scooping litter boxes.
- Play putt-putt golf.
Sort and donate books.We gave 6 bags and boxes away to Read to Grow. And that's just the kids' books.
- Go strawberry picking.
- Go blueberry picking.
- Make jam.
Purge and donate toys in basement.It's a process. But we've started.
- Visit Miss S.
- Write to a pen pal.
- Organize school papers.
Go see a movie in a theater. With Gommie, Monsters U.
- Go to one library event.
- Make popsicles.
- Have an astronomy night.
- Have a lemonade stand.
- Host a Luau/Hawaii party.
- Build fairy houses.
Make brandied fruit a la Bloodroot.I started this before our summer, technically. But we've added to it and also stirred it everyday. Go on a sketching outing. At Aunt Sis's! Celebrate July 4th. With fireworks and a crawfish boil! Celebrate Solstice.The kids celebrated Solstice on their last day of school by staying up as late as they could; they even put on a performance of Grease for us at 9 p.m.! Celebrate Mama's birthday.We ate rainbow cake and played a Lego game.
- Make ice cube candles.
- Host a culture night.
- Make fudge.
- Go to concert in the park.
- Visit a new museum.
- Hang pictures.
- Make treats for animal shelter.
Go fishing. At the bay!
- make soap
- go to a local festival
- do 1000 piece puzzle
have a backyard weenie/s'mores roastWell, sorta. We had a playdate with a friend and hosted a hot-dog supper. And we made s'mores at the family picnic.
- make a family songbook
- have a kids-in-charge day
have a no-cooking day. Otherwise known as, "pie for dinner" when it's too hot out. We shared a small apple and a small cherry.
- have an all-outside day
and did I mention go to Texas?!Yep!