Summer might be a time to kick back and relax but tell that to the parent or babysitter whose child is bouncing around the room yelling “I’m bored!” This summer, get ready to erase that phrase from their vocabulary. Sit down with your child and create a bucket list of free or low-cost summer activities. Make sure you have a range of activities from freebies close to home and those activities kids can do while playing at home. This year your usual summer activities may need to be altered due to Covid. If you are looking for ideas to add to that bucket list, I have a few suggestions.

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