Go and find a water park, a fountain, or a sprinkler near you and have fun! You can also set up some water games in your own backyard. Use buckets, a hose, water bottles, or whatever else you have lying around.
Riding bikes and scooters for fun is a great way to spend time with friends and family. Scooters are great because they are easy to carry around and can be used on sidewalks and bike paths.
Get The Look
Doing your own toe-dye is the quintessential camp activity, but you don’t need camp to teach your kids how to do this fun project.
Gardening is a handy skill, and it can be a lot of fun to get into the dirt. Grab some watering cans or just some large cups and get to watering.