Can you believe summer is almost here? With June right around the corner, Pinterest and the blogosphere are buzzing with with summer activities and recipes! The problem isn’t finding inspiration but figuring out which activities you want to do with your kids and what materials you’ll need to make it happen.
We’ve found that our children do best during the summer when we have some structure to our day without being overscheduled. It still allows them to get bored and have to use their imagination but prevents them from getting so bored that all they do is fight and whine.
However, summer seems to fly by a little faster each year, and it never quite looks the way I expected. I long for the lazy days of summer, without a ton of commitments or places to go, but I also wish for ways to mark these days as special — a little activity, a special frozen treat, a picnic in the backyard.
Enter the 2013 Summer Survival Calendar:
Susan from The Confident Mom wants to help you take charge of your summer and make it the summer you’ve always dreamed of with the 2013 Summer Survival Calendar. (And if you bought last year’s calendar, you’ll be happy to know this year’s activities are almost all new!)
The 2013 Summer Survival Calendar is a four month calendar with over 120 activities targeted for ages 3-12 to blast boredom and increase family time. It features at least one low-budget (and sometimes free) activity, craft project, or kid-friendly recipe every day from May 1 to August 31.
The Summer Survival Calendar keeps kids busy, happy, and engaged during those long, hot summer days—and moms will find it to be a lifesaver when kids exhibit symptoms of the “boredom blues.”
You’ll also find printable calendars, planning tools and worksheets to help you organize and plan your summer, plus an optional action guide and audio workshop to help you make the most of your summer!
Click here to get your 2013 Summer Survival Calendar now. Save $2 off the Summer Calendar + Action Guide Bundle with coupon code LYWSUMMER. Expires 5/23.
This is a sponsored post on behalf of The Confident Mom, but all opinions are 100% my own!