Just for Fun
66. Have your kids create a summer “bucket list.”
67. Coordinate a water balloon toss.
68. Paint a room in your house together.
69. Keep a journal.
70. Learn to juggle.
71. Make homemade bubble solution.
72. Build a fort inside or outside.
73. Throw a Frisbee or play Frisbee golf.
74. Read a chapter book aloud as a family.
75. Draw a family portrait with sidewalk chalk.
76. Make a list of DIY activities.
77. Set up a play date swap with another parent on a recurring day.
78. Compete in a camera scavenger hunt: find something fuzzy, something brown, something silly, etc.
79. Have a newspaper "snowball" fight in the backyard.
80. Make homemade ice cream in a Ziploc bag…yummy!
81. Tie-dye a shirt.
82. Wash your car together.
83. Buy a reusable cup at a restaurant or gas station. Many places offer summer refills for about $0.25.
84. Get out the slip-n-slide.
85. Have a slumber party in the family room.
86. Find a place to go stargaze away from city lights. Use an app that will help you identify constellations.
87. Camp out in your backyard. Borrow equipment from someone if needed.
Rainy day or too hot outside?
88. Use masking tape to build city roads through a room for car play.
89. Make paper airplanes and have flying contests.
90. Create a family tree together.
91. Build a one-of-a-kind Lego creation.
92. Put on a puppet show.
93. Give everyone a box and see who can come up with the coolest creation.
94. Play Pictionary.
95. Make homemade play dough and sculpt.
96. Indoor spa day with manis, pedis, and foot massages. Sign Up Example.
97. Go ice skating at an indoor ice rink.
98. Write letters or send pictures to grandparents.
99. Find a pen pal.
100. Use crushed ice to make snow cones.