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8. Nature Scavenger Hunt
A good scavenger hunt is one of my favorite childhood memories! I think all kids love exploring the outdoors. It could be done in your own yard, a park, or even on a camping trip. We have a fun free printable scavenger hunt for you to try. It’s great for ages 3-10!
9. Bean Bag Toss
Drill a couple of different sized plastic buckets to a board, and have fun seeing who can get the most bean bags in (or rocks) into the buckets. You can keep score by assigning the buckets with different point values based on their size. Try these already numbered nesting buckets from amazon. This could keep the kids entertained for hours!
10. Backyard Obstacle Course
This is where your creativity really comes into play. You can use just about anything to create a fun obstacle course in the yard– hula hoops, tires, ladders, pool noodles, string, rope, buckets, cones, boards…. you name it! Now, all you have to do is sit back in your lawn chair with your stop watch and summer beverage (try this two ingredient pineapple soft serve), and keep track of how long it takes to complete the course. This will keep the kids active and busy trying to go for the record!