Do your kids have a hard time thinking of things to do? Make an outdoor activity jar! You can use slips of paper, or you can purchase some blank Popsicle sticks from your local craft store. Then write a different outdoor activity on each paper or stick. When your children can’t decide what to do next, have them draw one and head outside! 

Remember: as your writing down the activities, be sure they are easy to act on. They can even be activities that the whole family does together. Some ideas could be:

  1. Go for a short bike ride 
  2. Go the the park for 15 minutes
  3. Pick a wildflower bouquet
  4. Draw on the sidewalk with chalk
  5. Collect 10 different kinds of leaves
  6. Gather twigs and rocks for pebble art 
  7. Find 5 different shapes in the clouds. 
  8. Fill up a page in your nature journal

The list is endless! 


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Written by Outdoorosity
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