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Summer Activities For Kids

It's June and the kids are certainly excited that summer vacation is finally here! After the first couple of weeks, however, the kids may become bored. Here are ways to avoid boredom while school’s out for the summer:
No kid can resist a trip to the zoo. Spending a day there is not only fun, but can also be educational. An alternative to the zoo may be petting farms in your area. Kids have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the animals, as well as, feed and pet them. Use this as a day to learn more about all the animals God created. Talk about how big the ark must have been for Noah to fit all those animals in there!

How about building a birdhouse for the backyard? Your kids can design it, paint it, and even put their initials on it. It’s a wonderful way to get them involved in nature, and the environment. Use this as a day to talk about how God provides for us. Have your children meditate on Matthew 6:26 for the day. It says "Look at the birds of the air, that they do not sow, nor reap nor gather into barns, and {yet} your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not worth much more than they?"

Perhaps you’ve planned a camping trip. This is a great time for the entire family to get away from it all, and bond. Not only is it relaxing for you, but also the kids will be able to swim and fish; and the family can sit around the campfire at night toasting marshmallows, and reflecting on God's creation.

Reading and writing can also break the boredom. Visit your local library, and have your kids choose books to read. They can also start a journal entitled, “What I Did on My Summer Vacation.” They can include pictures, or just simply write all about the fun things they did, or experiences and Bible lessons they have learned over the summer.

While these are some of the ways to avoid boredom while school’s out for the summer, certainly there are many more ideas that the entire family can come up with to keep summer fun, exciting, and memorable. Keep in mind, the next time your kid says he or she is bored, to provide options.

Here's a great option - create a summer Bible series right in your home. Teach Kids The Bible is proud to announce our summer learning series.

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