This summer i'm going to have 2 to 4 kids that i am watching plus my 6 kids. so we will not be able to go anywhere and will have to stay home. so i'm needing low cost ideas of fun things we can do here at home. educational would be good but not a have too. the ages will be from 1 to 12. Thanks in advance for all the adviceAnswer Question
Answer by Mrs_Harsh at 10:25 AM on Jun. 3, 2012
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Answer by robinkane at 10:51 AM on Jun. 3, 2012
Walks around the neighborhood, bike rides (if you can get bikes for the kids you're watching), the garden's a great idea. Swimming, if you have easy access to a pool or a lake, or get a slip n slide or something for the back yard. Movies are good for calming things down, and a great way to get out of the heat. If you have a video camera, depending on their ages they could make their own movie. They could write a script, construct sets if they need them. Someone can be director, producer, camera operator, etc. I found a site that lists some fun summer activities. Some of them are away from home, but I think a lot of those can still be adapted to do in your own backyard, depending on the size of it.
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