summer activities

Our best-of-the-season collection of breezy, fun-filled things to do, see, eat, drink, and enjoy will help you make the most of every sun-kissed minute.
1. Jump in the water. Whether it’s in a lake, a pool or even with a hose in the yard, cooling down with a splash of H20 is
Here is a list of cheap activities that you can do this summer. You may think that you have done everything possible in your home city but you should have some fresh ideas after this!
There are so many ways that you can spice up your workouts simply by going outside. No matter where you live, if you are
The summer reading list has provided students with a link to school during the dog days of vacation for decades. While it's important for students to read real literature during the summer -- wasn't Moby Dick on the list every year? -- the idea of a traditional book list today seems outdated and incomplete.
3. Involve kids in planning their activities -- our kids have lots of opinions when it comes to signing them up for certain
Dig deeper and you'll find extreme adventures ranging from caving to whitewater rafting. All of these activities will get your heart rate up.
In my humble opinion, summer is the perfect time to start mastering some healthy habits. Whether you're looking for adventures or a few delicious recipes, summer is the perfect time to kick new life into your daily habits.
We are one week into summer vacation, and I've joined forces with a few other working moms who have semi-flexible schedules to give our kids one of those old-school, no-agenda, bike-riding, running-through-sprinklers, free-for-all, popsicle-eating-'til-there's-a-ring-of-red-around-your-mouth summer vacations.
While kids are counting down the days till "school's out forever!," many parents are secretly dreading the final bell. They love the thought of not having to wake up at the crack of dawn and get kids off to school, but they are anticipating being on the losing side of an endless game of keep away from electronics.
Here are 10 ways to survive mud season. This should help you cope until summer is fully upon us, when you can deal with the loss of skiing and fully embrace the sweet, short days of not-winter.
There are some great opportunities for kids to have fun in the sun this summer, all while keeping their minds active and ready for the school year ahead.
I'm fully aware that six weeks from now, I will be begging for a routine and just a few hours alone, but right now, I just want to enjoy several days with my kids with no "to-do list.
To save your summer and your sanity, I've rounded up a few free (or almost free) activities that you can do with your children over the next few months.