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Summer Fun Roundup!

May 31, 2017|Posted in: Holidays and Seasons, Uncategorized

Roundup

Tons of Fun Ideas!

Even though Summer doesn’t officially start until June 20th.  The days are growing warmer and it’s time to start thinking of fun things to do!  I’ve partnered with eleven other bloggers to share our favorite summertime posts.  If you have been wondering how you might spend your days, wonder no more!  This post is packed with tons of great ideas!  Click on the title above each picture to go directly to each blog post.

First up is a DIY Bucket List Jar from Angela at Major League Mommy.  You’re gonna need this when you see all the great ideas in the other posts in this roundup.  You’ll be able to fill your jar with them!

DIY Summer Bucket List Jar

Summer Bucket List

Next is this great post about Tie Dye from Emma at Muddy Boots & Diamonds.  The kids will love creating their own bright and colorful t-shirts!  Their creations will make the perfect outfit to wear on the exciting activities you’ll find below!

Tie Dye

Summer Tie Dye

Learning is fun and there’s no need to stop just ’cause it’s summertime!  These next two posts contain great ideas for keeping kids’ minds active and engaged this Summer.

Angela from The Triplet Farm has complied a list of books about summer.

What We’re Reading, Books about Summer

Summer Books

Jules at Diary of a Deelexia Mom recommends two great websites for some learning fun!

Two Website for Summer Learning

Summer Learning

Hiking is a perfect warm weather activity.  Maria at Tinsel Box has some great ideas to make it more enjoyable.

The Perfect Hike witha Preschooler

Summer Roundup

What’s Summer without a trip (or two or a few) to the beach.  Nothing like sun, sand and waves for hours of play and a lifetime of memories.

Ashley and Jessica from Hampton Roads Moms offer some great tips for taking baby to the beach.

Tips to Take Your Baby to the Beach

Summer Roundup

Julie at Fab Working Mom Life has tips for what to bring when you take your toddler to the beach.

How to Pack for a Beach Trip with a Toddler

Summer Roundup

The next four posts are loaded with dozens and dozens of fantastic ideas for summertime fun.  Inez over at For the Love of Mom has a list of 50 activities for kids!

50 Fun Summer Activities for Kids

Summer Roundup

Viktoria from Awesome Alice has a list of 101 Fun Kids Activities!

101 Fun Kids Activities to do this Summer

Summer Roundup

 

Jae over at Totally Mommed It has some summer boredom busters on a budget!  We can all appreciate activities that fit within our budgets.

Summer Boredom Busters on a Budget

Summer Roundup

 

Over on Everyone’s Sleeping But Mom, Kristyn has awesome indoor and outdoor ideas of how to have fun with your toddler this summer.

How to Have Fun With Your Toddler This Summer

Summer Roundup

Wow, now that’s a lot of Summertime Fun packed into one Roundup!  All those amazing and awesome activities will definately leave you in need of some cool refreshment.  So, to round out our list, last but certainly not least, is this idea for a delicious treat from yours truly, Lori at Love My Big Happy Family!

Flavored Lemonade

Summer Roundup

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4 Comments

  1. Maria struve
    June 1, 2017

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    Thanks for sharing! I love this!!

  2. Donna
    June 7, 2017

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    I am just off to spend three days at the beach with my Grandson.I was already excited about this — but your post increased my excitement even further.
    Summer + Grandchildren = meant to be together!

    Thanks for sharing this at #blogginggrandmotherslinkparty !

  3. Sue from Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond
    June 10, 2017

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    Looks like fun in the sun for summer! Thanks so much for sharing with us at #blogginggrandmotherslinkparty. I’ve pinned and shared on social media. Catch you at the link up next month!
    Sue from Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond.

  4. Teresa
    June 11, 2017

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    I’m always on the lookout for things to do with my grandchildren. Thank you for sharing these great ideas with us at the #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty! Pinned!

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