Cupid's Pulse Article: Parenting Tips: 5 Spring Activities To Do With Your ChildCupid's Pulse Article: Parenting Tips: 5 Spring Activities To Do With Your Child

By Jessica Gomez

Spring is here, and kids are ready for it! There are many fun activities to do with your child this season; the list is practically endless. However, where do you start when there is so much to do? A parenting tip is to be aware of what your child’s interests. With that being said, we have come up with five activities to get your spring going. Do one, do some, or do them all!

You obviously want to have fun this spring with your munchkin, so get ready for our parenting advice on outdoor activities to do during this blooming season:

Cupid’s Advice:

The following five ideas are sure to keep you and your little one busy. Your child is sure to have fun with these activities, and they’ll also help you bond:

1. Picnic: When it’s nice out, prepare yummy snacks together and set up a picnic. During the picnic, indulge in what you’ve put together. You can also partake in certain activities like blowing bubbles, flying a kite, going on a scavenger hunt, and playing games like football, soccer and flag football. Sounds like a fun day!

2. Planting flowers and plants: This is a nice and productive activity. You can plant in your backyard, front yard, or in any approved place in your neighborhood. You child will not only learn how to garden, but they’ll also build a connection with nature while making the world a more beautiful place.

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3. Take photos and make a scrap book: Go out and enjoy the spring day. Take photos in the mist of all the blooming beauty around you. Take photos of nature and yourselves, and then create a scrapbook. To give it more of a spring feel, you can add flowers and leaves to your scrapbook as decorations.

4. Bike riding: This is an activity that gets you to workout while being fun. Go for a ride at the park or by a beautiful body of water to take in the scenery. If your child doesn’t know how to ride a bike yet, then its time to teach them!

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5. Go to an animal sanctuary: Ditch zoos and aquariums that capture animals to cage them for human entertainment. Instead go to an animal sanctuary where the animals were rescued and are now living happily. Your child is sure to enjoy themselves by learning about them and cuddling with those cute beings.

Which of these activities are you excited to do with your kid? Comment below!