Kids are having their most fun when they are out, about and active. Not only is it great for them to get some fresh air, but it also provides them with some much-needed exercise. After which, of course, you’ll have stoked their appetites for some good wholesome food. With this in mind, here are some ideas for keeping outdoor activities fresh and fun.
Jump for Joy
If you are struggling to get out of the house, but, know that your little ones need to burn off some energy, a trampoline can be just the ticket. Modern trampolines are super safe, as they have the protective netting around the outside and so just keeping one eye on the proceedings is all that is required – unless you fancy a quick bounce yourself that is.
Skate Away the Day
The recent trend for scooting seems to know no end, however, there are alternatives. Check out Proline Skates who do a really cool range of roller skates. Roller skates are not only a good way of the kids getting out and getting some exercise, they can also be useful if you are looking to get from A to B just that little bit quicker.
Give it Some Welly
Destination playtime is a lovely way to spend the weekend, it doesn’t have to cost much money and with a funky new pair of wellies the kids will have a great time. It really doesn’t get much more exciting for little ones to go around splashing through puddles and stomping through the mud and so wellies, maybe with a splash suit thrown in for good measure, get the thumbs up.
Buckets and Spades
In the summertime, it is much easier to get the kids out and about, but holding their interest can be just as challenging. And speaking of a challenge why not organise a trip to the beach and have a sandcastle building competition. Invite friends and family and make a day of it with some sandwiches. All you will need in addition are some bargain basement buckets and spades and a blanket to sit on. Plus, you get the added bonus of paddling in the waves, before the kids have a well-deserved snooze on the way home.
Keeping outdoor activities fresh and fun is simply a matter of being creative and doing a little research – the rewards are healthy happy kids, parents and a good night’s sleep.
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