Summer Play Planner and free eBooks

summer holiday ideas

It’s that time of year when we start to compile our wish list of summer holiday ideas.  L is just finishing her Reception year and even though both girls love school it will be good to have a change of pace and to be able to have lots of family time together – and we have some exciting projects planned.

Summer Play Planner

Seven weeks is a long time to fill though, so we’re compiling our annual summer holiday ideas list of all the things we’d love to do. We’re making a holiday planner like we did last year, which was so useful in giving the holidays a little structure but also great for dipping into when we needed a prompt for a last minute idea. Beaches, barbecues and toasting marshmallows are top of the list this time.

We’re going to be blogging right through the holiday with lots of fun ideas you might like to try. There’ll be a weekly Summer Play Planner too, which will bring you a week’s worth of summer holiday ideas in one go.

It’ll cover a range of play areas so there’ll be something for everyone and can help you with suggestions if you’d like to keep your children involved in some literacy, maths and science activities over the holiday.

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Free summer activity ebooks

And there’s another free eBook on the way, full of fun creative ideas to try. (Have you got our playdough and sunflower ebooks yet?) So I hope you’ll find NurtureStore a great resource to help your family have fun.

What about you – are you a planner or a wing-it when it comes to the summer holidays? What plans have you got for this year?

happily shared with works for me wednesday and get your craft on and  share your sunday best and  making monday marvelous and  smart summer challenge and preschool corner

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