Gearing Up for Kindergarten


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10 Outdoor Activities to Keep Your Children Entertained

Sunny days won't last forever, get your children outside while its still warm!


Those sunny days are a great time to get your children outside in the fresh air, playing, singing and dancing away. Gearing Up for Kindergarten came up with a 10 outdoor activities to keep your children entertained. Check them out and let us know which ones were your favorite on our FACEBOOK page!
Kids Playing Outside
Outdoor Activities Include:
1. Go swimming - Take the kids to your local swimming pool, costs are low and this is a fun activity for your children to get to know other kids.
2. Take a walk - Walk to the grocery store or library. Along the way, see if your children can point out specific trees or birds
3. Read books outside - Grab a blanket and a few books and gather the kids under a tree. Let them read to themselves or take turns reading to each other.
4. Use sidewalk chalk - Allow your children's creativity to run wild with chalk!
5. Go to a park - The park is great exercise for children of all ages. They can play tag, hang on the monkey bars or play kickball in the grass!
6. Ride bikes - It's Family Night! Strap on the helmets and get the family out for an adventurous bike ride together.
7. Play in the grass - The grass is a fun place to play, sit and read. Enjoy it before the snow comes!
8. Blow bubbles - This is a fun and developmental game for children of all ages. Children develop perception and can gauge distance with bubbles.
9. Wash the car together - How much fun do children have spraying the hose? This is a great chance to let children your children use the hose and CLEAN at the same time! :)
10. Play tag - Children never get sick of playing tag, let them run free in the grass!
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