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Schools Out: 10 Ideas To Occupy The Kids

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These 10 ideas to occupy the kids this summer are great! So pinning!

With school being out, so many moms will be looking for ideas on how to occupy the kids and beat the summer boredom. Since I've compiled my list of ideas on what to do with our three, I thought I'd share my list of ideas.  I'd love to hear what you’re doing this summer with the kids!

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Visit your local children's aquarium. Many also have educational activities and feeding times.

Join your local library summer reading program. You can create a goal and have little prizes as they meet goals.

Go to a kid-friendly movie like Incredibles 2 which comes out on June 15th.

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Visit a local street festival. These often have child-friendly activities.

Find your local Targets Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary Celebration. Kids will get a free Hot Wheels car to customize, race against other cars on our track and take home plus a visit to the photo finish station to get a fun, shareable pic.

Visit a local park.

Visit a local water park.

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Go on a picnic.

Have a family movie and take turns picking the movie to watch.

Visit a local Interactive Fountain to splash around and beat the heat.


Are there activities you like to do to spend time as a family and occupy the kids over the summer? Let me know what I am missing in the comments.


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