What two words make parents cringe the most? “I’m bored!” It usually comes with a whine and pleading, desperate eyes. Parents know they want to get kids up and active as much as possible in the summer, but sometimes it’s easier said than done. If your idea bucket is empty, these five activities are sure to capture kids’ imaginations and possibly set you up for some much-needed hammock time.
A triathlon consists of three parts: swimming, cycling and running. Modify your race with these ideas.
I recently had my first Centreville experience, and it definitely won’t be my last.
Simple, wooden clothespins are a versatile craft supply.
A growing number of apps, websites and games offer opportunities for long-distance grandparents and grandchildren to go beyond conversation and engage remotely in educational activities and play.
Building on their success from last year’s inaugural season, two Oakville moms are continuing to encourage families to spend active time together outdoors this summer.
These crafts are all about having fun with filters.
Not only does Meagan’s Walk raise awareness for pediatric brain tumours, it also raises money – to date more than $3.1 million.
Aside from the benefits of healthy eating, gardening is a great way to burn calories. Plus, growing your produce at home will save you money.
Take a leisurely family stroll along a nearby shoreline to collect a variety of water-tumbled stones. Small ones are easy to paint and create a scene, larger ones make an ideal dip-dyed doorstop.