Family Fun

March 27th, 2019

Spring into Fun

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Written by: rscott

This spring, make the decision to spend more time outside
as a family. It’s a great way to reconnect, it’s often very cheap and you get
the benefit of fresh air and sunshine (just don’t forget the sunblock).

Here are some ideas to get your own creative ideas flowing.

Plant something outside (if space doesn’t allow, containers work great)

Check out some cherry blossom trees – they are beautiful in the spring

Go on a picnic

Visit a farm to see the baby animals (there’s nothing quite a precious as a new baby lamb in the spring)

Go bike riding

Go hiking

Go fishing

Blow some bubbles (buy them or make your own)

Take up a new activity such as rollerblading (if your kiddos are old enough)

Consider taking up bird watching and start a journal. This can be an on-going project

Fly a kite

Go stargazing

Go to the park

Create a masterpiece with sidewalk chalk

Sit on a swing and read a book together

Whatever you decide to do, the idea is simply reconnect and
embrace the new season. Enjoy your time together.

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