If you’re looking for ways to keep kids entertained over the summer, or anytime, scavenger hunts are a great way to keep them engaged. In my experience, even kids who are hard to pull from video screens, love the thrill of a hunt. That’s why I’ve created a bundle of fun scavenger hunts for kids that can be used in lots of different places.
No matter what curve balls this year has thrown at us, I don’t want the school year to end without giving thanks to the amazing teachers. They’ve learned a whole new way of doing their job, while still loving our kids like their own. Here are a few ideas for how you can still show your appreciation, while keeping your social distance.
One thing that is definitely frustrating about social distancing, self-quarantine, whatever you want to call it, is not being about to go out anytime we want. But one thing that makes it a bit easier is being able to bring a little of the outside world into our homes.
And thankfully we live in a time when we can get just about anything delivered right to our front door.
Here are some great options for necessities like food… and wine. 😉 And other fun things like wardrobe shopping.
Have time to shop and try on clothes in a store… without kids? Nope, I usually don’t either. That’s why Fashom is my new jam. A personal stylist picks pieces that are perfect for me and ships them to my home. Find out why I love this company and how it’s different from other clothing box companies. Plus get a $10 credit on your first box!
Cirque du Soleil’s Corteo is a non-stop treat that had us continually smiling, laughing, gasping and sometimes holding our breath.
This circus isn’t just for kids. Cirque du Soleil has reimagined and redefined the circus with amazing acrobatics, acting, music and singing. Now you have a chance to win four tickets to the opening night of Cirque du Soleil’s Corteo in Estero, Florida.