May 062019
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With summer break around the corner, many parents are wondering what in the world the kids will do. When you have younger kids it may be easier to entertain them, but as your kids get older what is it that they enjoy doing during the summer season? Today I’m featuring a summer bucket list with things for kids of all ages to do.

Keep Kids Busy This Summer With These Fun Ideas

With summer break around the corner, many parents are wondering what to do with the kids all summer. Here are a few ideas to get you started!

Learn a Magic Trick

Whether you give the kids YouTube to find a new magic trick or you purchase a magic trick kit, learning a magic trick is fun for all ages during summer break. See what magic trick your kids will learn when you give them free rein to come up with a clever trick to entertain the family.

Scavenger Hunt

Create a list of things that your kids can find in the backyard or around your community. Send them off to enjoy a scavenger hunt for a few hours to see who can find the whole list of items in your local area first. Then give the winner a prize of some sort.

With summer break around the corner, many parents are wondering what to do with the kids all summer. Here are a few ideas to get you started!

Travel List

Instead of creating a travel bucket list for areas away from your home town, why not create a travel list of places to check out in the local area? This travel list can be put up in a family room and you take day trips to check off various attractions, historical markers and other local areas from the list.

With summer break around the corner, many parents are wondering what to do with the kids all summer. Here are a few ideas to get you started!

iD Tech

Give the kids something to do with their peers at iD Tech. Days full of learning technology and advancing their brain cells during a summer day camp. iD Tech comes to Boston and offers kids a chance to learn basics to advanced skill levels of Java, C++, Python, AI, machine learning, Virtual Reality, 3D printing, game development, Fortnite, Unreal, Minecraft and even Roblox.

With summer break around the corner, many parents are wondering what to do with the kids all summer. Here are a few ideas to get you started!

iD Tech has camps at over 150 locations across the US, including Harvard, MIT and Bentley in the Boston area. If you live in a major metro area, there’s a good chance there is a location near you. Feel free to use the code ROBIN19 to get $75 off your child’s enrollment in iD Tech this summer.

iD Tech will help keep your kids from suffering from the summer slump. The summer slump is when kids start to lose the education they’ve received all year because the summer season is too lax. iD Tech offers kids things to do that are fun but also educational so that parents can rest easier knowing they’re making a good choice to promote fun in learning during summer break. These summer bucket list ideas will surely help keep the boredom down and kids entertained for hours as they learn and experience new things this summer season.  

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  30 Responses to “Keep Kids Busy This Summer With These Fun Ideas”

  1. ID Tech sounds like an awesome opportunity to actually get kids excited about learning. I think my oldest would love this.

  2. Scavenger hunts are so much fun, and perfect for the summer when kids can do them outdoors. I also love the idea of iDTech camps!

  3. I always enjoy putting together scavenger hunts for the boys. I love to come up with clues that are a little difficult to decipher. These are all great ideas to keep the kids busy during summer break.

  4. The ID Tech camp sounds very interesting and educational! Kids can have fun while learning. I loved scavenger hunts when I was a kid, and this sounds like a fun activity to have the kids participate.

  5. It is good for kids to keep moving forward all year round. I had not heard of this service but I know my son would like to learn from it.

  6. My kids loved scavenger hunts, especially when prizes were involved. They also went to a one week magic camp locally and learned lots of fun tricks.

  7. iD Tech sounds fabulous. My daughter would have fun at those camps for sure. She’s been to a few other camps and loved them. My son is a homebody and just likes to be with his video games.

  8. We will definitely do something fun on a weekly basis if I don’t put them in a camp. Can’t wait to see if iD tech is near me.

  9. We have some definite plans for the summer vacation. We can always use more suggestions. A scavenger hunt sounds like a fun idea, and, it’s versatile enough to mix it up.

  10. Ooh, summer should be a lot of fun with some clever scavenger hunts. I like the sound of an educational day camp too.

  11. What a great list of ideas! Scavenger hunts are always a blast and get the kids moving. I haven’t heard of iD Tech so I’ll definitely have to check it out.

  12. These are all wonderful ideas. I would love to plan a scavenger hunt for my kiddos this summer.

  13. The summer months really just tie in with the rest of the months, as my kids aren’t school aged yet. With us being able to get out more, a scavenger hunt sounds like an excellent idea.

  14. My older girls are great about staying busy during the summer months, but I now have custody of my 12 year old niece and need these kinds of ideas to keep her busy next month. Thanks for the suggestions!

  15. My daughter always loved her summer camps. IDTech sounds like it would be a lot of fun for kids over the summer.

  16. We are working on our summer bucket list. I am working a lot this summer so I hope to get some fun in.

  17. I can’t believe that school is almost over. This year went by sooo fast. I will be looking for some things to keep my youngest two busy this summer.

  18. Those ideas will work with this one too! LOL, I have always wanted to learn a significant magic trick.

  19. These are great ideas for summer vacation! I think my kid will love these things to do!

  20. Wow, This is such a perfect and super fun kids definitely love this for sure. Such a great quality family time.

  21. Scavenger hunts were always a great fun summer treat in our home.

  22. I love all of these fun ideas! i think the scavenger hunt will excite my niece the most!

  23. ID tech sounds like a great idea. I will have to check it out because I sure don’t want to hear “I’m bored!” this summer. 🙂

  24. I love the scavenger hunt that we can use here all year round. I need to put one for my kiddos this summer as well. Thank you for a great idea!

  25. Love all of these ideas! It’s fun to change things up!

  26. I love the idea of the list of places to visit! I may have to try that. Pick one day a week to visit some place new that the kids want to see (within the state at least). I have to also check to see if we have ID Tech around us.

  27. Scavenge hunts are really fun. These are really great activities for summer vacation.

  28. Scavenger hunts are a lot of fun! One of my kids taught himself a lot of magic tricks and that was fun for all of us.

  29. I really like that you listed scavenger hunts as one of the ways to get kids outside. Scavenger hunts can focus on just about any topic…and they’re great for toddlers through teens. My family has even done nighttime hunts using glow sticks in plastic Easter eggs. My favorite part: it gets them outdoors exploring nature and their world!

  30. I am going to be a mom with a travel list. Also a scavenger hunt would be really fun too make a different theme each week!

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