May 30, 2011

What Are Your Kids' Plans for the Summer?

Musician just ended school, which means he has about 2 months of summer.

He won't be going to summer school or camps, and we won't be going on any trips.

Therefore, I've been trying to find lots of activities for him to do to keep him busy.

I've found lots of printables for him to practice his math and writing, and I found some for Smiley to do too. 

I know, it doesn't sound like much fun, but I'm sure we'll take them out to carnivals, museums, and hopefully to see CARS 2!

And hopefully we'll host a few playdates...in fact, DH wants to buy a water inflatable!  We already have a bouncer which the boys love, but a water inflatable?  It's so expensive...

We'll see...maybe if there's a really good sale we can get one.

I know the summer will go by quickly, and hopefully we make a lot of new, fun memories!

What are your kids' plans for the summer?


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4 comments:

Ralene said...

This year we plan to let the girls pick out an activity in addition to the 2 wks of swimming lessons. I have a feeling either martial arts or dance is in store for this summer...

karenmed409 said...

Planing on a lot of camping this year. The older kids want to hike the local trails.. gonna be a busy summer

blueviolet said...

The best part of summer to me was the fact that it was finally unscheduled time. I love the lazy days!

Kathleen said...

I'm wondering what we'll do myself, especially with a baby.

Probably walking a lot to the local creek, where S plays in the water for a long time. Also day trips to the zoo, Sesame Place and other venues. We also just hang out a lot in the yard and hope the neighborhood kids come by to entertain us!

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