Summer is too hot. Winter is too cold. Spring is too rainy. Fall is too windy. There’s always an excuse if you look for one. Trust me, I feel you. But carpe diem, my fellow flawed ones. If we don’t show our children how to enjoy the days, then how do we expect them to discover the beauty of each season?
After a long week, the last thing we want to do is plan out weekend pursuits. I took the liberty of creating a “cheat-sheet” of ideas if you will. All that remains for you is to deliberate and choose the activity of the day (or a few of them).
As an added BONUS, you receive a scavenger hunt following each activity list. That’s FOUR scavenger hunts and FOUR activity lists to enrich your little one’s time.
If you’re feeling really adventurous, print copies of the scavenger hunt for the coordinating season and see how many you can find or who finds them all first! You could even use it more than once. Score!
Take advantage of what each season has to offer and the ways to enrich your child(ren)’s learning and imagining. These seasonal activity lists are simple, fun, and easy to implement on any given day. No more dilly-dallying about what you should do; read through the list and be on your way.
Foster their imaginations and create well-rounded experiences for your growing little one(s).