Mid July is when many families experience their children suffering from some summer boredom. Mindy Jones, writing for crosswalk dot com, offers several ideas for fun family summer activities, including making a family summer bucket list filled with ideas for the family to do together, starting a family Bible reading plan, going on several day trips, taking a trip to the local farmer’s market, starting a small garden and involving the whole family in the process, and planning creative scavenger hunts.
The point of these suggestions is to be intentional about using these summer days as an opportunity to strengthen your family and build lasting memories. Families don’t have to spend lots of money on fancy vacations for their children to have a fun and memorable summer. Some time and energy expended, along with a little creativity can make for a great summertime for children.
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