Far too often we forget our plans made in winter of enjoying each day of nice weather once spring arrives. There are always excuses for remaining indoors on a beautiful day, so we need to surround of lives with enticing options outdoors.
Finding games that have the capability to be competed between various ages and skill levels can often be a struggle. Below find a list of the top five outdoor summer games that we’ve enjoyed with our family.
If you have read my previous post on supporting readers, you will know that I firmly believe that providing good books for kids is the most important thing you can do when helping your child learn to read. Creating excitement can make all the difference, especially if you are dealing with a reluctant reader.
As both a teacher and a parent, it is undeniable that summertime is my favourite time of year. However, to go along with the fun times with my kids and the relaxing days spent outside, in past years I would also experience a lot of guilt throughout the summer. I tended to feel guilty about not being as productive as I should be and about not preparing enough for teaching in the fall. But the thing I felt most guilty about was not making my kids keep up with school work during their time off.
Planning a holiday that is either partially or fully a sports vacation can be very simply or intricate. Many sports fans travel to their destination city to take in their one game of preference but it does not need to be this way. I take almost as much joy from the schedule announcements as any other portion of the sports year.
Taking a step back and weighing opponents, time of year, other concurrent events and overall cost is a fun (to me) equation to solve.
Growing up and now raising a family in Winnipeg has had many perks. One of which is being in close proximity to the great city of Minneapolis. Minneapolis provides a destination for family vacations that can be relatively inexpensive and with an unlimited supply of fun. Below please find 7 great ideas for guaranteeing family fun in Minneapolis.