It’s almost summer! Let’s be honest…are you wondering how you are going to keep your kids busy, off of electronics, and learning throughout the entire summer! It’s a bit daunting I agree…so let’s do it together! Check out this 6 week summer camp at home that you can easily accomplish with your own kids!
How to Create Your Own Summer Camp at Home
I’ve put together a basic little plan that I’ll be doing with my own kiddos this summer and I would LOVE for you to join in on the fun!
It’s 6 weeks of themed fun, with a science, sensory, arts/crafts and ‘cooking’ idea for each week. I’ve also included some suggested reading for each theme, as well as some ideas for day trips! We will be doing one activity Monday – Thursday, and then field trip Friday!
If you can’t get out, take a virtual field trip! There are so many that you can find online.
Not only will your kids be using their brain, staying active, getting outdoors, and making memories, BUT you will all be having fun together as a family.
Nothing like a little bit of quality time in the summer. So, if in 5 years you want your kids to be saying “Hey, remember that year we did summer camp at home? That was fun!” then hop on over and get your pamphlet with all of the information you will need.
What is included in the Summer Camp at Home packet?
This is a printable list of activities and ideas that you can incorporate at home with your kids, on your own schedule.
Included are 6 weekly themes:
Week 1: Jungle (Rainforest in a Jar, Cardboard Binoculars, Bubble Snake, Animal Cracker Dip)
Week 2: Beach (Crystal Shells, Sand Slime, Colored Sand, Beach Graham Crackers)
Week 3: Ocean (Wave in a Bottle, Frozen Ocean Find, Saltwater Rainbow Fish Painting, Fish in the Ocean Snack)
Week 4: Safari (Elephant Toothpaste, Mud Oobleck, Animal Tracks, Trail Mix)
Week 5: Desert (Sponge Cactus Experiment, Sand Cloud Dough, Cactus Fork Painting, Sand Pudding)
Week 6: Space (Bottle Rocket, Nebula in a Jar, Puff Paint Moon, Solar S’mores)
From nebula calm down jars, to bubble snakes to indoor terrariums, this printable summer camp will give you all the ideas you need to keep your kids busy and learning this summer.
If you like to plan ahead, you can find suggestions for materials you will need each week, as well as some books you might want to check out at the library to go along with each theme.
Get Week 1 of the Summer Camp at Home for Free!
Want to check out and try the first week of activities with your kids before grabbing the entire 6 weeks of summer camp?
Get the first week for free by clicking here or on the image below, and you can check it out right away.
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