Today I’ve got part 3 of our Summer Schedule series. Here are 5 water activities for kids! Part of our summer schedule includes wet & wild wednesday. These are some of the activities I can’t wait to do with the kiddos.
Water Gun Target Practice from the Taylor House
Frozen Popsicle Chalk from Reading Confetti
Squirt Gun Race Cars from my LDS projects
Water Sponge Balls from One Charming Party
Squirt Gun Tag from Spoonful
I’m sure we will spend lots of time in the swimming pool for wet & wild Wednesday, but not everyone has access to a pool. We have a lot of splash pads that we could go to around town too, if we wanted to change it up a little.
I liked these ideas because they can be made using things I already have at home. Not much prepping ahead. There are also lots of water balloon ideas out there, but I’m lazy. I didn’t want to fill up all those water balloons (mom fail). But if you don’t mind filling up water balloons, or having the kids fill up water balloons, then I say, plan a wet & wild water balloon day!
Make sure and check out parts 1 and 2 of the summer schedule so far and don’t miss part 4 next week.
Happy Summer Break!
Our welcome summer party buckets and printable are perfect for wet & wild Wednesdays!
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