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Making sure your children have an active and fun summer can be a challenge at times.

Depending on your work schedule and family budget, it may be hard to come up with fun things to do with your children.

That said what will you do this summer to keep your children on the move?

Making Sure Your Children Do Not Get Bored

In doing your best to keep your children active over summer while school is in recess, keep these ideas in mind:

  1. Whale watching – Does the thought of your child seeing amazing mammals up close sound like fun? If so, you could opt for Dana Point whale watching tours. Such a tour allows you and your children to get a first-hand view of the creatures in their natural habitat. Be sure to check when the best time of the year is to go see whales. This is true for those migrating along the California coast or wherever you hope to see them.
  2. Theme park – What child does not love going on rides and seeing some costumed characters up close? Your children can have fun at Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood and others.
  3. Ballpark experience – If your children love baseball, how about a summertime ballpark trip? You might even want to consider going to more than one park during your ventures. For example, if going to see games in California, you could hit San Diego, Anaheim and Los Angeles all in one swoop. A Northern California trek could land you in both San Francisco and Oakland. No matter where you are for your fun, go early so the children can take in batting practice. They may even snag a few autographs along the way.
  4. Heading to the beach – You would be hard-pressed to have a bad time with the children at the beach. As long as your children are old enough to go in the water on their own, you do not have to watch them 24/7. While you should keep an eye on them if they venture into the water, know if they are old enough to go in unsupervised. They can also build castles, play games, or take smaller electronic devices along. Meantime, you can be getting some sun and forgetting about all your worries.
  5. Summer camp – Have you ever sent your son or daughter to summer camp before? If not, this can be a fun experience for the younger ones. Not only do they get fun and educational activities, but camp can be an opportunity to bond with others. Before you know it, your child will come with a lot of stories to tell and memories to last a lifetime.

Making sure your children have an active summer is one of the more important items on your agenda.

A child who has too much boredom over the summer tends to be one who can act out and even cause you some headaches.

By having a fun-filled summer, your child should be looking forward to the first day being out of school.

So, what’s your child have planned for summer?