From ice cream, lemonade stands, and movie nights to road trips, summer camp, s’mores, and sprinklers, summer break is a great time for the whole family to enjoy fun summer activities that inspire curiosity and keep kids learning and growing outside the classroom. Summertime can also be a great time to learn together as a family.
As parents and caregivers, you play an important role in teaching our next generation about climate change, but it can be a challenge. You want to make sure that your kiddos understand the gravity of climate change without imparting feelings of despair. After all, the purpose of teaching about climate change is to find solutions to the problem—that’s where SubjectToClimate comes in! We have you covered with great summer fun activities for kids. Whether you are looking to build a bird feeder from recycled objects or plant a pollinator garden, SubjectToClimate has fun ways for the whole family to learn and grow together.
The guide is packed with summer fun activities for kids, high-interest news articles, fun games, learning opportunities for parents, and articles that explain the ins and outs of climate change! If you’re searching for outdoor activities or just looking for ways to fill a rainy day, the guide includes a variety of summer learning activities for everyone from five-year-olds to older teens. So what are you waiting for? Scroll through the guide and start planning your summer bucket list!