15 Fun Summer Parenting Hacks

If you have ever wondered how to make parenting easier, then do not worry because it’s a normal question. Starting and raising a family could be intimidating at first. However, it is important to know that a happy family is all about having a good relationship. This means forming a strong relationship with your children and spending quality time with them. And what better time to have fun with your children than over the summer? With that said, here are 15 fun summer parenting hacks to make parenting much easier. 

15.  109 Fun Kids Activities in Summer: Indoor and Outdoor

The summer holiday is just around the corner. For some people, they will plan for a family vacation months in advance. But for others —who don’t have enough budget to spend for a family vacation away—they have to settle with staying home with the kids at home.

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14. Fun Backyard Activities for Kids

Backyard activities for kids don’t have be boring! With these fun ideas your kids can relax, explore, and use their imagination in the great outdoors!

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13. DIY Summer Survival Kit with Dollar Store Finds

Tired of hearing the words “I’m Bored” all summer long? Find out how to use awesome Dollar Store finds to create your own budget friendly DIY Summer Survival Kit. Get bored kids off screens and playing outside this summer break.

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12. Printable Summer Bucket List 2020

It’s almost everyone’s favourite time of year again (or at least the kids, anyway). That’s right, time to welcome summer break! Two whole months of freedom! What in the world will you do with a house full of kids and two months off?

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11.  7 Easy Scavenger Hunts for Kids

If you’re looking for some fun (and partially educational) activities to do with your kids, these scavenger hunts are just what you need! Best suited for ages 3 and up, you’ll have a great time doing these!

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10. Six Ways to Keep Older Kids Busy Over the Summer

Six great ways to keep older kids busy over summer break without screens and lots of wasted time. Accomplish family projects or have lots of family fun while kids are out of school with these ideas.

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9. Was Your Favorite Carnival Canceled? Here’s How To Create Your Own This 4th Of July!

Wondering how to carry out your yearly traditions in a not so traditional year? Don’t worry a lot of us are having the same question. With independence day approaching and social distancing in place we have to wonder, what will this year be like?

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8. How to Stay Cool & Prevent Heat Exhaustion This Summer

Now that my toddler can run around and play outside, she can’t get enough of it. Unfortunately, Mommy is prone to heat exhaustion and heat stroke so I can’t be outside for too long in the summer without overheating and getting sick. But all of that changed when I found a solution and now I’m able to prevent heat exhaustion and keep cool for longer periods of time outside in the summer sun.

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7. How to Encourage Kindness with this Summer Kind Kids Challenge

The kids are almost home for the summer and there’s a most pressing question: What are we going to do all summer long? Since summer camps are stupid-expensive where we live, my kids get Camp Mom every summer.

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6. How to Not Go Crazy With Your Kids Home This Summer

Are your kids home this summer? We do these 6 things every day during the summer so I don’t go crazy and I can enjoy the summer days as much as my kids and so I don’t wish away their summer.

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5. What is Summer Slide and How to Prevent It

Summer learning loss, otherwise known as Summer Slide is detrimental to our kids’ learning progress. But it can be avoided by doing simple activities throughout the summer. And the best news is: even if you do only 1 activity to prevent Summer Slide, it will help your child. The easiest way to prevent Summer Slide will only take a few minutes each day.

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4. Fun & Frugal Ways to Keep Your Kids Cool This Summer

I’ve got to get a bit creative in how I not only keep my 5- and 2-year-old entertained this summer, but also keep my fair-skinned gingers cool and protected from the sun.

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3. Staycation Ideas (That Are Actually Fun And EASY For Families With Kids)

I tried to look up some fun staycation ideas for this summer since we are doing a lot of staying home and limiting our access to people due to the pandemic. You know what I found? People telling me to clean out my closets and visit “virtual” museums online.

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2. Summer Reading for Parents and Kids

My children and I have always loved to read! We do our best to squeeze in some time to read every day. In the summer, though, when we have a more relaxed scheduled, we are usually able to get in a little extra reading time each day.

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1. Virtual Summer Camps for Kids

Summer 2020 is not cancelled. It’s upon us, but it certainly looks different than summers past here in Brooklyn and in much of the country. While there are camps that are able to open, many will not and instead of opted to create online versions for kids. Virtual Summer Camps for Kids certainly seems like an oxymoron, however we all recognize that we will need programs and classes to keep our kids occupied, engaged, and active this summer.

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