Today we’re going to be talking about four inexpensive things for your teenagers to do this summer.
Unless your children have a summer job or you have a lot of money to spend, I’ve outlined four activities that will require little to no money but are still fun.
Note: You can even do some of these as a family or with close friends.
Let’s JUMP right into it!
#1. Photography Play
Get hold of a camera or your phone, have your teen become a tourist in their own town and take some pictures. If they’re up to it, take it a step further and see if they’d like to develop their editing skills. You can find how to videos on YouTube.
They could even add to their artistic skills by creating a mural or printing out the pictures, writing a note behind them and sending them to friends or loved ones.
#2. Fantastic Festivals
Since summer is the time for tourists, there are usually a few free festivals around town. Call up some friends, dress for the festival and have a blast.
Psssst….Here’s a challenge for you: find some outdoor ones as well as indoor festivals.
#3. Beach Bum
Grab some cute summer clothes, sunscreen, snacks, a change of clothes, and head to the beach or pool. Lounge by yourself and take some friends with you and catch up on discussing the events of the day.
#4. Daring Dancer
Turn on some music, invite some friends over with proper supervision, bring out the food, choose some super fun music and dance the evening away.
Consider asking your guests which songs they’d like to hear at the dance party and include it to your playlist. It’ll be a nice surprise for them.
Let’s recap really quickly. Today, we looked at the following:
- The relevance of putting together this particular list.
- Four activities for teenagers to do this summer: photography play, fantastic festivals, beach bum, and daring dancer
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