100 Days of Summer – Screen Free Ideas for May

Cerys Parker

Can you see the light at the end of the tunnel?  Soon those rushed mornings getting everyone out of the door in time for school will be over, and the kids will be home for summer vacation. That first week the kids rest and chill out, play with all the toys that they haven’t had a chance to play with properly since last vacation, and then those words come out of their mouths at the start of the second week: “I’m bored.”

We all know that boredom is good for kids, right? It helps with creativity, but no one wants to hear kids whining those words 30 minutes after breakfast. To help you out, I’ve spent hours and hours on Pinterest — it was hard work, I can tell you — but I know you will love the ideas I found! I’ve gathered activities and ideas for 100 days of summer fun with the kids. Since summer break starts in May for some, I’m kicking off our activity calendar starting in May. Stay tuned for more fun ideas for June, July, and August.

Get your summer off to the right start with these fun activities:

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This post was written by Cerys Parker exclusively for BonBon Break Media, LLC.

Cerys Parker is a marine biologist and teacher as well as a Mum to two, she is the founder of Rainy Day Mum, sharing Creative Family Fun, come rain or shine inspiring ideas for art, play and activities that the whole family can enjoy together.