It’s June – Hello Summer! This month’s playtime cheat sheet is all about playing in warm weather and it’s got something for everyone. Without further ado, here’s Alli with a fun DIY sprinkler project and 24 more great ideas.
I’m so happy to be back sharing some of our favorite ways to play in the warm Summer weather!
I love Summer. But then again, who doesn’t? Kids do… for obvious reasons. But adults too (because I have a theory that Summer actually brings out the kid in all of us).
We had our first pool day of the season a few days back, so I decided to add some extra fun to the occasion by making a “soda bottle sprinkler” for my two-year-old.
To make one, all you’ll need is one empty soda bottle. Any size or color will work, but keep in mind the larger the bottle, the bigger the effect.
It’s an 86 page download packed with ideas like these including 3 theme weeks, over 45 detailed activities, plus reading lists, outing ideas and tips on topics like sibling rivalry, sensory play and lots more! Learn more here.
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