NJ schools are now officially closed for the rest of the 2019-2020 school year. We still have so much unknown as to what our summer will look like.
As our remote learning has ended, we have to consider options on what to do for our kids for the summer. We hope summer camps will be up and running, most will be open soon. But what if not, what do we do with the kids home all summer? I compiled a list of some ideas and articles to keep us all busy this summer, no matter what the future holds.
Wondering how to choose the right summer camp for your child, click here for a 5 easy step guide.
No camp this summer, here is a great way to help summer days with your kids. Structured Summer Days
Wondering what to do with your toddlers? Summer for toddlers
Fun outside activity to do at home. 50 Ways To Explore Your Backyard
Special needs 22 Ideas For Special Needs Kids
Go for Ice Cream
(Most, if not all ice cream shops are now open.)
Ritas Italian Ice
Haegen Dazs Ice Cream
Check out a local farm
Bake a cake or cookies
Make dinner together
Bike Riding or Walk Trails
Outside Fun Right In Your Own Backyard
Head to the Beach
Various Jersey beaches are now open.
Local Places To Check Out
This is informational purposes only. Please evaluate your family's health and use caution.
(Please check back here frequently. As things slowly open back up, this will change.)
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