Monday,11 December, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1202, (19 -25 June 2014)
Monday,11 December, 2017
Issue 1202, (19 -25 June 2014)

Ahram Weekly

Summer gems

Let’s talk about better living! Our new interactive family corner aims to expand our lifestyle horizons with practical little pearls of wisdom from the editor and input from our readers.

If taking off on a long vacation is not in the cards, your children can still enjoy a fun-filled and constructive summer break. There are numerous activities they can do on their own and some they can share with you to ensure an unforgettable summer.

Here are a few stimulating summer pursuits to try out:

Camping

Summer is a perfect time to go camping, especially for kids. It is definitely one of the best summer activities. Sitting around the campfire chatting with friends and playing games is among other useful activities camps would present to your kids.

Pool

No matter what your age is, going to the pool with your kids is an easy way to have a fun summer. Try to go to the pool at least twice a week. Consider spending the day hanging out with your kids and their friends.

Volunteering

Volunteering can be fun and definitely rewarding. It is a great opportunity to help others and make new friends. There are usually lots of volunteer opportunities in the summertime. Plan to have your kid spend a week, a month, or even the whole summer volunteering, and he or she will have one of the best summers ever.

Barbecuing

Barbecuing is a wonderful opportunity to get together with the whole family, relax and have fun on the weekends. Kids will enjoy helping you to barbecue.

A weekend trip

You don’t have to go on a long vacation to have a fun summer. A short weekend trip is a great option to relax and have a good time with their kids for those who have super busy schedules. Even if you only stay overnight, you’ll feel like you have gone on a vacation without spending loades of money.

Going to cultural events

There are many events and places to visit with your kid in the summer, from cultural events and museums to parks and circuses.

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