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5 out-of-the-box summer activities that are sure to keep kids engaged

Summer is a time for kids to let loose, have fun, and enjoy the sunshine. While traditional summer activities like going to the beach, playing in the park, or attending summer camp are always popular, it’s also an excellent opportunity to get creative and try something new.

  1. Geocaching

Geocaching is a modern-day treasure hunt that involves using GPS coordinates to find hidden containers or treasures called caches. It’s a fun way to explore new areas and get some exercise while searching for hidden treasures. Parents can download geocaching apps and coordinate with other parents to create a geocaching route for their kids.

  1. Backyard camping

Unlike traditional summer camp activities where there are large crowds, camping in the backyard is a great way to introduce kids to camping in a controlled and safe environment. Pitch a tent, light a fire, roast marshmallows, and enjoy quality family time under the stars. This activity is perfect for kids who might need to be ready for a full-fledged camping trip.

Group of girls tourists by the tent in forest

  1. DIY science experiments

DIY science projects are a fun way to learn about science and physics. Many easy-to-do experiments can be done with everyday household items. Some famous homemade science experiments include making a volcano, creating a lava lamp, or experimenting with static electricity.

  1. Learning a new skill

Summer is a great time for kids to learn a new skill. This could be anything from learning to play a musical instrument, mastering a new sport or activity, or developing a new hobby like photography or cooking.

  1. Board games

Board games present an excellent opportunity for family bonding and friendly competition. With a wide range of games available, kids can learn new skills, develop strategic thinking, and have fun simultaneously.

Family game night with Tacto Classics 
Outwit your friends and family in good old board games with a special twist!

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