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If you have more than one child, make sure you’re not giving one child more attention than another. Kids notice.
Actively honor the 4th of July with your kids by attending a parade, talking to a veteran, or visit those who don’t have the day off (police officers, fire fighters, etc.) and take them treats to thank them for their service.
Ask your kids silly questions to jumpstart their imaginations.
Give your kids some downtime to choose what they want to do.
Need a summer project to do with your kids? Grow food you can eat like herbs, tomatoes, carrots, or strawberries. All you need is some dirt, a pot, and seeds.
Help your kids clean their rooms. Put on music they like and dance (or sing) as your work. Getting your kids to do household chores >>
Stop power struggles with your kids by remaining calm. Then offer choices to break log jams.