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by Ashley Henderson - June 14, 2018
Long days and school vacation make summer a great time to connect with your kids!
Taking time to do things together builds your relationships and makes for a closer
Doing things with your kids doesn't have to cost a lot of money, there are many things
that can be done for free. The possibilities are endless, but here are a few ideas
to get you started.
Arkansas is known as the natural state, so get out and enjoy nature! You can bird
watch, collect bugs, go on a hike or a bike ride, go camping (either at a state park
or in the back yard), have a picnic, or look up at the stars.
Find out what there is to do in your city. Are there museums? Concerts or movies in
the park? Sometimes places like factories or fire stations will give your children
It's hot outside! Cool down by turning on the sprinkler, having a water balloon fight,
making a slip and slide, using a wading pool for a giant bubble bath.
Encourage a love of reading in your children by taking them to the local library.
Choose a book to read together as a family. Let your kids start a book club with their
friends, all choosing one book to read, and then discussing it together.
You can enjoy the great indoors together by building a fort, baking cookies, having
a dance party, putting on a play, doing puzzles together, or starting a new hobby