Summer vacations are fully rotated and we are absorbing as much outdoor play time as possible. Parks, beaches, our backyard, patio and patio became canvases for the sport and imagination of my children.
1. Water ball T-Ball / Baseball.
Depending on your child’s skill level, take your t-ball game or just wood. Preload tons of water balloons. Put them during the laundry basket or a plastic tub. Attend the park and invite your friends to play!
2. Obstacle course with chalk.
All he would like is chalk and some vision. For literate children, write a series of gross motor movements during a sequence, as if it were a Scotsman. For example, jump like a bunny x 3, keep the tree pose at least to one side, walk on the hands and feet, jump on one foot, keep the tree pose on the opposite side, jump on the other foot, turn x 2, jump attempt to touch the sky x 4.
3. Hula hoop race and capture.
This is a very simple activity for young people and it is very fun. You will need multiple hula hoops. Attend a neighborhood with lots of green space and have young people line up. Holding the hula hoops vertically, rotate them as hard as you can on the floor.
4. Look for the sensory treasure.
Gather the things you will surely find inside the park (wood chips, dandelions, leaves, stones), stick them on a piece of paper with duct tape and have your children outdoor activities look for those items!
5. Obstacle course made with toys.
Take hula hoops, a toy tunnel, cones, pylons and everything you consider. Encourage your children to organize the obstacle course in a fun and challenging way.
6. Kitchen utensils with bubble sticks.
Go through a kitchen drawer and collect slotted spoons, fly swatters, spatulas and anything that has bubble holes. Make your bubble solution and then let determine which tool creates the simplest bubbles!