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75 Things To Do With Your Kids This Summer

Run through the sprinklers Have a picnic in the park Outdoor movie nights. If you dont have a free movie night in your area, make your own. Make giant bubbles Go on a hike Create your own treasure hunt Take a tour. We have a few fun free tours here in SLC like Mrs. Fields Tour and Sweet's Candy Factory Tour. 8. Play bigger or better in your neighborhood 9. Have a side walk chalk contest. Recruit friends and neighbors to compete. 10. Slip and slide 11. Head to the library. Not only can you get some great books but they also have some fun activities but they also have story time. 12. Go fly a kite 13. Tour the fire department 14. Play with animals at your local pound. Some have programs where you can come and walk the dogs. 15. Make your own play dough. 16. Go camping (even if it's in the backyard) 17. Build a float for the 4th of July. If you don't have a 4th of July parade near you make one with the kids on your street. 18. Go roller skating or rollerblading 19. Go for a bike ride 20. Teach your kids the constellations 21. Collect bugs 22. Create your own play or puppet show 23. Gather the kids on your street and play kick the can 24. Have an eating contest 25. Collect and press flowers 26. Create your own garden 27. Learn a dance 28. Make a lemonade stand 29. Tie Dye some t shirts 30. Paint rocks 31. Make ice cream in a bag 32. Build a hut or tree house 33. Go to the local farmer's market. Can you say samples? 34. Make your own Popsicles 35. Start a journal 36. Write a pen pal

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37. Make a family tree 38. Have a pillow fight 39. Wake up early to watch the sunrise 40. Go on a hike 41. Have a bubblegum blowing contest 42. Make your own paper bag puppets 43. Change your voicemail recording...make it fun 44. Start a kickball game 45. Feed the ducks 46. Have a toy sale. Encourage your kids to clean out their old toys and games. Let them sell what they don't need anymore. 47. Play Chinese jump rope 48. Do some face painting 49. Make potato stamps 50. Frost and decorate cookies 51. Have a theme movie night 52. Go on a train ride 53. Teach your kids how to budget 54. Visit a local farm 55. Make paper Father's Day ties 56. Go fishing 57. Have a water party 58. Take a walking tour of your town 59. Attend free concerts in the park 60. Play night games 61. Create a neighborhood Olympics 62. Do some tumbling 63. Make and decorate paper mache masks 64. Learn to skip rocks 65. Make S'Mores 66. Play tennis 67. Build little boats to race down the gutter when it rains 68. Head to the swimming pool 69. Visit a splash park 70. Have a car wash and earn a little money 71. Go on a nature walk 72. Cook in the Dutch oven for dinner 73. Have a craft day 74. Visit the zoo 75. Finger paint. Use pudding if your kids are small.