2. Take a walk in the park
4. Take your kids to the library
5. Go to the pool or beach for a swim
6. Fly Kites
7. Nature Walk
8. Get to know your neighbors – take them some goodies and introduce yourself
9. Take family pictures
10. Go on a Picnic
11. Go to a Sporting Event
12. Scenic Drive – Fall foliage, Pacific Coast Highway, Christmas lights, etc.
13. Head to a pumpkin patch and let the kids pick out a pumpkin
14. Visit a farm
15. Get dessert
16. Sing Christmas carols to your neighbors or at a nursing home
17. Go to Temple Square to look at Christmas lights.
18. Drive around your neighborhood to look at Christmas lights and/or see if they have lights at your local zoo.
19. Visit a Museum (If you’re in Utah County, the Bean Museum is great for kids!)
20. Go on a picnic
21. Visit an aquarium
22. Visit a farm
23. Go swimming at a local pool or a fun water park
Things to do at Home
1. Camping in your living room
2. Game Night
3. Candy Poster
4. Dying Easter eggs
5. Netflix movie
6. Father’s Day Handprints (or for any day really)
8. Ice Cream Sculpting
9. Sidewalk Paint
10. Decorate a cake/cookies/cupcakes
11. Roast Marshmallows
12. Cut out hearts to Heart Attack someone’s door
13. Watch a sporting event together on TV
14. Carve pumpkins for Halloween
15. Decorate the Christmas tree
16. Pudding Pictionary
17. Picnic in your backyard
18. Play with sidewalk chalk
19. Plant a garden. This will help kids learn how to work and see what they can grow and eat all summer long!
20. Make play dough and get out some cookie cutters
1. Attend a high school or college football game. Pack some yummy treats and don’t forget a blanket to snuggle in!
2. Go to a museum, exhibit, or monument.
3. Go to a professional sporting event.
4. Scenic Drive – Fall foliage, Pacific Coast Highway, Christmas lights, etc. You can bring some hot chocolate along and your favorite tunes.
5. Get those cowboy boots on and go country swing dancing!
6. Take a dance lesson together.
7. Get some apple cider and do a corn maze – in haunted ones you get to cling on your spouse for protection. 🙂
8. Go on a spooky hayride.
9. Get dessert together – it can be anything! Try a place you’ve never been.
10. Get dressed up and go to a nice place for dinner.
11. Take a walk downtown to look at Christmas lights or drive around a neighborhood with some hot chocolate.
12. Go bowling.
13. Go to a play. If you want to make it cheap, go to a high school musical.
14. Go to the Festival of Colors in Spanish Fork or SLC around the end of March or attend a festival near you.
15. Candlelight dinner at home
16. Movie night at home – Redbox or one you own (Redbox has some free promo codes)
17. Hike to see waterfalls for a picnic lunch. You can pick some wild flowers and make aluminion foil boats for a race! (Make sure to collect your boats)
18. Go to a Farmer’s Market (May-Oct)
19. Attend an art show
20. Catch a minor league baseball game
21. Go to a summer concert
22. Host a pot-luck for our friends with a game night
23. Visit a zoo or aquarium
24. Enjoy winter activities: ice skating, sledding, build a snowman, etc.
25. Go to the state fair
26. Go to a lake and bring a kite to fly
27. Hot weather appreciation day: water balloon fight, wash our cars, swim, B.B.Q.
28. Try geocaching or make a scavenger hunt (of places to find in a town) then tour one place you visit
29. Take a walk and find different fall leaves.
30. Mini road-trip it to find a great brunch location