How to Keep The Kids Busy This Summer

June 17, 2020
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The kids are on summer break (awesome!), but what can you do and where can you take them to keep them busy? I'm here to help! I've scoured San Diego to find some places to take them. 

Balboa Park

The beloved San Diego park has started to reopen. Before you go, make sure to check ahead to find out saftey rules, requirements, ticket into and hours for the following places:

Things like the carosel, Museum of Man, Museum of Art haven't announced their reopening dates yet. Check here for updates

 

San Diego Beaches

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Parking lots are back open to 100% capacity. Make sure you bring a face covering and keep your social distance as you enjoy "passive activites" with the kids. 

 

At-Home Projects:

@BusyToddler on Instagram has a lot of fun proects to do with the kids, like making bread in a bag or making name art.

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Virtual Camps

Did you know iD Tech offers over 20 Virtual Tech Camp courses to choose from? ⁠ ⁠ From coding to game development and from beginner to advanced, there's a course and a level that's perfect for your student. For a limited time, you can save $125 off any Virtual Tech Camp. Use promo code JUNE125 now through Monday June 8th! ⁠ ⁠ Register with the link in the bio!⁠

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Whether you're looking for STEM- focused camps to DIY virtual camps to writing camps or sports camps, here's a great list of virtual camps for the kids.

 

Backyard Camping!

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Pitch a tent, grab the sleeping bags, make some s'mores, and sleep under the stars in your backyard!

 

Outdoor Movie Night

Outdoor neighbor movie night-Take 2! Who can tell me what movie that is? #summerfun #outdoormovienight

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Don't have a pop-up screen? Grab a white sheet! This is a favorite activity for my family and I. 

 

Grow a Garden

Planting

Start a vegetable garden with the kids! They'll be amazed to see their plants grow right before their eyes. Plus, you'll have some yummy veggies to use for your home cooked meals.

Have something to add to this list? Email me and let me know :)