Summer Activities to Wear Your Children Out
Summer is right around the corner. I know many parents are panicking about what they will do with their kids all summer. Sure, we have a grand scheme in our minds of what will keep them busy. However, we need tried and true recipes to help wear our kids out, for the sake of our sanity.
Start a Running Routine
Kids have endless energy, which means you need to find an activity that will keep them busy for a prolonged period of time. A running routine can help any kid burn energy and get into shape. Don’t be shy about getting into a running a routine with them!
Meet Friends at the Park
Another way to wear your children out is by meeting friends at the park. I don’t know about you guys, but where we live there are tons of parks. You can meet in an open field and play baseball, basketball, soccer, or any other sport that helps to wear out your kids.
Play in the Backyard
Not enough kids are getting outside and into their own backyard these days. If you truly want to wear your kids out, send them out into their own backyard! You’ll truly be amazed at what they’ll do out there. They will explore, use their imagination, and have fun!
Sign them up for Topgolf Summer Academy
Sometimes no matter what you do, nothing wears them out enough. One solution I have found is signing them up for Topgolf Summer Academy.
During summer, kids have a more flexible schedule, which means you can sign them up! Essentially, your kids are getting 5 days of non-stop fun in the sun and golf.
Your kid is going to learn all the top components of golf.
- Full Swing
- How to improve their game
Kids who are ages 6-12 can be signed up. Summer Academy runes 9AM to 12PM, Monday through Friday. The cost is $199, which is a steal for golf coaching such as this.
Just make sure your kids dress comfortably and for the weather. The shoes that your child wears should be closed- toe flat shoes. Your kiddo can be dropped off at 8:30 and lunch is from 11-11:30AM, and lunch is included which is GREAT and one less thing for you to have to worry about.