Once school is out and you’re not spending hours at a desk every day, you can take advantage of warm weather for walks, bike rides, swimming, gardening or just playing outside. It might be fun to set a goal to try a new activitiy with family or friends daily. Today’s Parent provides a Checklist of 50 Essential Summer Activities, site.todaysparent.com/checklist/50_Essential_
For something different on a rainy day, you might try rock climbing indoors. Gyms often provide introductory classes and walls for every level of fitness. Check out the Mountain Project, mountainproject.com/v/climbing-gyms/107140516, to find a gym near you.
Fresh fruits and vegetables abound at farmers markets in summer, so take advantage of the healthier options they provide and try new recipes for nutritious and delicious smoothies, salads and icy treats. Cook With Amber, cookwithamber.com, is a site started by a young chef who wanted to teach kids that it’s cool to be healthy. Watch her videos, then with a parent’s permission, try making dinner for your family.
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