Camp Mom! Summer Activities Pack
Have your best summer yet!
Camp Mom Lets You Easily Plan for Summer Fun.
We’ve got just 18 summers with our kids home (give or take) and we want to make the most of it – create those childhood memories that we hope our kids will enjoy looking back on for their whole lives. That’s a lot of pressure!
We head into summer with the best of intentions, but often it ends up being days of sibling squabbles and hearing “I’m booored!!” while we snap back, “Well, find something to do!!”
That’s where the Camp Mom! Summer Activities Pack comes in. We’ve created this pack to help you plan and do the kind of activities your whole family will enjoy.
It’s going to help you (and me!) make this the best summer yet with our kids because it’s full of simple ideas that will be successful for all of the kids and that don’t require a bunch of fuss.
This downloadable PDF includes:
- planning pages,
- tips on managing sibling fights and
- how to have fun in a museum with kids, as well as
- arts and crafts and
- book lists.
The great thing is that it’s formatted so that you can start any time – stretch it out all summer or make it an exciting activity week. The Camp Mom pack will help you plan for fun either way.
Download the Camp Mom! Summer Activities Pack to make a great summer experience for your whole family.
Activities • Arts and Crafts • Adventure Ideas • Book Lists • Tips for Success • Planning Printables
The Camp Mom! Summer Activity Pack:
• Printable summer planning pages
• Pre-planned summer themes with 45 Simple and FUN activities with FULL instructions and supply lists plus 40+ MORE ideas and links
• Great fit for kids ages 3-9
• Adventure ideas and tips – you can have adventures without leaving your backyard!
• Tips for success: managing sibling conflict, what to do with the toddler, and how to enjoy a museum with your kids.
• Book recommendations
• Download immediately and view on your computer or mobile device
The best way to know if the Camp Mom! Summer Activities Pack will work for you is to take a look at our sample pages. Click on the following image to view it larger:
I am so excited about Camp Mom, this is exactly what I need to help me create the kind of summer experience I want for my kids! I tend to have great expectations for the summer but pulling it all together while managing a house and family can make it difficult to execute. We are also on a tight budget so I am looking forward to giving my kids great summer activities that we can do at home. With four kids even reasonably priced extracurricular classes are not an option this year, thank you for writing this superb ebook! ~ Lorien V. Mom to 4
Make a Summer Schedule that works for YOUR family.
Use our planning printables to make flexible routines that help you enjoy your kids AND take care of yourself. Print your Summer Bucket List and plan the things you most want to do this summer. Use the Theme Planning Sheet to get organized for summer fun – you’ll have all of your ideas, and a supply list in one spot.
- Summer Bucket List - Make sure you don’t miss something you REALLY want to do.
- Summer Tasks Chart - Combine your tasks and the kids activities.
- Summer Routine - Plan for flexibility.
- Theme Adventure and Activity Planner - You won’t forget what supplies you need.
- Summer Survival Sheet - Keep your most important data in one spot.
Sample of an activity page
Always have a fun activity for the kids!
When you download the Camp Mom! Summer Activity Pack you’ll find a section that gives tips for choosing one of the themes and planning a day or a week around it. You can also mix and match activities and adventures from any of the summer themes and plan out a summer camp in your own home. We give themed activity sections that include activities, adventures and book recommendations.
- Water: Summer is the perfect time to splash around, so this section includes games, pretend play ideas and lots of interesting wet sensory fun. Includes instructions for making a giant 10′x10′ “Water Blob” for kids to play on in your back yard!
- Art: lots of painting activities and open ended art ideas. Includes a special article by art educator Rachelle Doorley, on how to talk with your kids about fine art, even if you’re no expert (hint, it’s all about the story). Rachelle gives us a printable list of questions that will get kids thinking and learning about art.
- Nature: Be explorers in your own back yard. This section has nature art ideas, learning experiences like making a “human sundial” and a printable Garden Scavenger Hunt.
PLUS – Sensory Play Any Day theme with a printable list of ideas you can refer to any time you need an activity QUICK that will engage the kids and keep everyone happy. The Sensory Play section also includes links to loads of sensory activities that rank as favorites with our kids.