What to do during Summer for FREE

  • Visit your local hardware store for free workshops. 

  • Make your own bowling at home 

  • Summer reading programs. Reading is a great way to keep kids engaged in learning while they’re out of school for a couple of months. 

  • Go fishing. It is a great way for family bonding! Fishing might seem like a free activity, but you’re actually supposed to have a fishing license when casting away on public property. Check this link to see free days on your state. https://www.takemefishing.org/how-to-fish/how-to-catch-fish/free-fishing-days/

  • Bring the family together to try a new recipe for dinner! One of your kids can choose the entree, another the side, and someone else the dessert 

  • Have an hour of construction building at home. 

  • Technology companies offer a free summer camp across the country and offer a range of activities to suit all interests. Kids are guaranteed to have loads of fun making friends, completing creative projects, and gaining new skills.

  • Watch movies that have a message. then talk to your kids about what they learned. 

  •  Check with your local museums and art galleries to see if they offer free admission for specific days or to children under a certain age. You can also take advantage of free admission to more than 150 museums in 31 states across the country if you’re a Bank of America or Merrill Lynch cardholder.

  • Take your local trolley

  • visit parks and collect leaves and flowers of all shapes and create pressed leaves or flowers. Take pictures and document your adventure.

  • visit your local library

  • Check out for free Summer Camps on churches

  • Visit the Botanica Garden

  • Swim and make games in the pool