Kids Spring Outdoors Activities: 21 things to do this week
Spring is HERE for many of us. If your kids are having some sort of cabin fever why not start the 1000 hours outside challenge. Kids Spring break week was a couple of weeks ago so we decided to head outdoors and participate in the challenge. If you head over to Instagram and search #1000hoursoutside you’ll find so many things to do outdoors with the kids. That means less screen time and more running around and getting that energy out. I’m rallying up a bunch of kids Spring outdoors activities you can do at home or go out to do. ( Depending on how this pandemic has been in your area) and a kids scavenger hunt below.
I’ve put together the ULTIMATE list of kids Spring outdoors activities.
At home kids activities + things to do outdoors
DIY Scavenger Hunt
It’s FREE! If you head over to Canva you can make your own sheet or sign up below to download and print yours.
Kids Face Masks
create your own version.
Start a garden
Have a picnic outside
Ride a scooter
We love the scooters from Skidde.
Create an indoor or outdoor movie theatre.
If the weather isn’t too bad create an ice cream social.
Catch Butterflies: THIS butterfly kit is fun and easy.
Go to a trampoline park: As of now in our state of Massachusetts, they are adhering to the necessary precautions and doing timed slots for a certain amount of people. You even have the option of renting a time slot for so many people. If it’s feasible buy your own bounce house.
Micah and I started baby yoga and both of us loved it.
Bubble Machine Fun
You can also save 20% THIS bubble machine.
We’ve been using our Echo and use Alexa for all our music needs. Avery also has a kids Echo
Make a sun catcher
Draw a hopscotch
Go on a nature walk
Make an outdoor sensory tub
Since getting into blogging Avery has loved grabbing my camera and taking photos anywhere. We bought THIS mini kids camera and he loves making his own content.
Stem outdoors experiment
This month we’ve partnered with Hood. They make a light-blocking bottle so we ended up doing this STEM activity that was fun and a way to get the kids outdoors.
Take a walk
It’s Spring so rain is inevitable. Avery loves to stay outside just to jump in puddles. Just make sure you have a pair of rainboots.