It's time for THE CONFIDENT MOM'S SUMMER SURVIVAL CALENDAR! This is your one-stop guide to keep boredom at bay and make time for fun with your kids. Susan at THE CONFIDENT MOM has done all the leg work for you. All you have to do is get the supplies and get ready to have a fun summer!
If you have young children, this is your ticket to a happy, memorable summer. Can't afford a family vacation this year, do a stay-cation full of fun activities right in your own community. Susan has given you four months worth of recipes, games, and activities to do with your kids along with the list of supplies you need to carry out all the fun! It really doesn't get any easier folks!
The Summer Survival Calendar is a calendar like no other—it includes over 120 fun-filled activities and supply list in a PDF document for only $7! This is such a great deal, I felt compelled to share it with you! The 10 Strategies for Your Best Summer Ever action guide bundle includes the 2015 calendar and supply list for only $9. Or for $12, you can get all this plus the previous 2010-2014 Summer Survival Calendars for endless activity ideas!
To learn more about The Confident Mom’s 2015 Summer Survival Calendar, click HERE. Then choose the category eBooks and Printables. With everything from making rainbow ice box cookies, crayon canvas art, knot tying, and homemade quicksand to spaghetti slime, blooming dirt cups, magic milk, and making a terrarium, you won’t be disappointed! Even though I have tweens and teens, there are still plenty of ideas that we can use to make our summer memorable.
Even if you have a baby-sitter for your kids during the summer, you can use this calendar. What better gift for her than to pass on this Summer Survival Calendar full of ideas for her/him to do with your kids. She doesn't want to hear "I'm bored" any more than you do. Keep your kids busy, happy and engaged with this awesome calendar full of ideas!
By downloading this PDF, you will have everything you need to print off for your summer. Calendars also have clickable links directly to recipes and videos needed to carry out the activity. I plan to let our daughter go through and select things that she would like to do. With a summer full of baseball games, she tends to get left out. So by letting her choose the activities, she gets to be part of the planning as well. Don't miss this opportunity to make time for fun with your kids!