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Five Summer Activities To Do With Your Kids

Hike Around!

Guided hikes are often held in state or local parks completely free of charge. This is a safe way to explore the trails with the family while learning something about your natural surroundings. Plus, you’ll get to enjoy the outdoors with the family!




Wake the kids at midnight — or have the teenagers wake you — to watch the annual Perseid meteor shower. In the early morning hours of August 11, 12, and 13, hundreds of shooting stars will flash across the sky! Or, you could also wait for a cloudless night any day and enjoy the stars then.



activity_icon_lrg_3Movie Time!

Find your local theater and take the family to the movies. If you love movies, then this could become a fun weekly tradition you will enjoy together. Alternatively, you can rent a movie for a night and enjoy the movie with your kids right from your own home.



activity_icon_lrg_4Museum Trips!

Take your kids to the local museums in your area! Some may have free entrance while others will offer free admittance for certain days of the week or certain holiday events. This is a great way to go out and learn something with the family.



activity_icon_lrg_4Go Fishing!

What does a fishing license cost in your city? If you don’t know, then it’s time to find out. Once you have a license, it costs very little to head out to a local river, ocean, or pond, and sink the line into the water. This is a great way to hang out with the family and build strong, healthy relationships.

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