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.
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