An obstacle course is an engaging activity for kids of all ages and is always a big hit!

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Practice letters or spelling while your kids get some movement into their day with this easy activity you can keep on hand for repeat play all summer!

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This activity is the perfect excuse to go out and explore nature – and teach your child colors! See how many colors your child can find!

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Practice your hand / eye coordination AND cool off with this fun backyard activity!

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What you’ll need: Balls 5 boxes, buckets or tubs Labels to mark your tubs Instructions: Label each of your five tubs with a point value. You can use 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50, or another interval depending on your child’s age. Keeping score is a good way to work on addition skills over the summer! Line...Read more

Who says fitness can’t be fun? “The important thing about fitness is finding a way to make it meaningful to the individual,” says Chris Lucido, a physical therapist at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital.

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Jenga is a classic game for your game night collection. All you need is a magic marker to add a healthy twist for the whole family!

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Roll the dice to see what action you get to complete!

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Whether it’s too hot to enjoy being outside or a wet, stormy day, an indoor laser maze is the perfect way to get out some energy indoors.

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In search of a fun, indoor activity? Play Indoor Counting Croquet.and count your way through the cardboard hoops and make it all the way to 20!

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With the Life-Size Book Maze activity, you can turn your house into a maze! Mazes help enhance a child’s spatial awareness and perception and improve their confidence and patience.

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Mirror, mirror on the wall ... who's having the most fun this summer of them all? Mirror, mirror is an activity to do this summer that gets everyone on their feet!

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The Olympics are a great time to get active and host some of your own mini-Olympic events. You don’t have to be a world-class athlete to have world-class fun in your own backyard.

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A roll of painter’s tape is all you need to try a variety of activities – perfect for rainy days or super hot afternoons when you’re stuck inside!

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Bring the circus to your own home with this ring toss game!

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Dim the lights and get the show started! See who can guess the most shadow creations in this fun activity for the family – perfect for a rainy day!

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All you need are a handful of sponges, some chalk and a sidewalk or driveway for this fun activity that helps kids practice tossing and hand-eye coordination.

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Most children love animals, so why not walk like our furry or feathered friends for some fun? In addition to being fun, walking like various animals can help develop gross motor skills, core strength, and balance.

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Water balloon fights are tons of fun – but they’re over in a flash! Keep the fun going with a game of catch that will help your Little Victor develop coordination and motor skills while keeping cool.

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Visual perception and spatial awareness are two skills that most adults take for granted – but children actually have to develop these skills. Fine motor skills are closely related to spatial awareness, as well.

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When the sun is blazing, sometimes the best way to squeeze in some exercise is to hit the pool!

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