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Want to Eliminate Summer Boredom? Here Are 6 Summer Boredom Busters

How many times have you heard the dreaded “I’m bored” this summer? Summer is a good time for kids to have a little less structure and use their imaginations. However, it certainly helps to have a list of activities to help keep kids entertained. We have compiled a list of six Summer Boredom Busters that are easy and fun for the whole family.

 

1. Kool-Aid Wall Clings

For a fun activity that smells good and is very colorful, Kool-Aid wall clings are a great summer activity! There is little mess and clean up, and your windows will thank you for the colorful artwork.

2. Custom Playmat

Custom playmats are a fun and very inexpensive activity that can be used inside or outside. An inexpensive shower curtain and a sharpie are all the materials needed to create a fun drawing of a road, a city, a castle – the possibilities are endless!

3. Make Your Own Shirts

Whether for a holiday or any other fun event, let your kids make their own shirts. Get an inexpensive pack of white shirts, fabric, or puff paint and let your little artist create their wearable masterpieces!

4. Bubble Maker

Bubbles are always a hit with kids, but making them yourself creates next-level fun. With this bubble maker, you can make snake bubbles!

5. Squirt Gun Painting

Summer and squirt guns are two peas-in-a-pod. Using squirt guns to paint is a fun spin on a classic summer toy.

6. Toilet Paper Projectors

There are tons of activities you can do with toilet paper rolls, but a fun and simple idea is turning them into projectors! Your kids will have tons of fun with this easy and creative activity.

 

For more summer activities ideas visit Learning Liftoff or our summer activity board on Pinterest. Tag us on Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #LLOsummeractivities. We would love to see how you eliminate summer boredom! Science

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Leslie Riccio

Leslie is a writer, editor, and social media associate for Learning liftoff. For 10 years she primarily focused on marketing and communications with a particular focus on social media. Leslie holds a Bachelor of Arts from Saint Joseph University in Political Science and a Master of Science in Integrated Marketing and Communications from West Virginia University. When she is not working Leslie enjoys spending time with her Husband and their three children.

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