• Make the library your summer go-to. There are plenty of activities to keep children busy. Storytime, bingo, workshops and more !

https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/24a7b0_de0e79d2f5bf48619cd2c6917ab8192a.pdf

  • Escape a sweltering day by visiting the town pool. Movie nights, kids events, swim lessons Open MTWR 12pm-7pm, F 12pm-8pm, SS and Holidays 11am-8pm
  • Local movies in the park. Grab a picnic blanket, snacks, and enjoy family time under the stars

https://www.jerseyfamilyfun.com/new-jersey-free-movies/

https://turtlebackzoo.com/events/zoo-vies-4/

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https://www.njfamily.com/where-to-find-free-outdoor-movies-in-nj-this-summer/

  • Make  ecofriendly crafts out of recycling

https://www.weareteachers.com/earth-day-crafts-classroom-activities/

  • Wednesday night concert in the park series

http://www.totowanj.org/Attachments/Board%20of%20Rec/2019%20Concerts.pdf

  • Need a coffee break? Sign up the kids up for art camps and workshops

https://aspirepaintstudio.com/events/

https://www.activityhero.com/in/totowa-nj

https://familyeguide.com/event/home-depot-kids-workshop/

  • Summer-long educational Bingo pdfs

https://www.scholastic.com/parents/kids-activities-and-printables/printables/reading-worksheets/summer-reading-bingo-printable.html

https://www.highlights.com/parents/printables/summer-reading-bingo

https://thestemlaboratory.com/number-bingo/

https://www.funwithmama.com/free-printable-bingo-cards-kids/

  • Kooky DIY Backyard Waterplay Activities

https://www.buzzfeed.com/maitlandquitmeyer/backyard-water-games-that-will-keep-you-cool-all-summer

https://www.parentmap.com/article/best-diy-water-play-ideas

  • Go on a family bike ride. Wearing helmets of course!
  • No pool toys? No problem !

http://redtri.com/fun-pool-games-without-props/

  • Join a parent-and-me class
  • Get artsy, get creative! No-sew projects

https://www.care.com/c/stories/3914/easy-no-sew-kids-craft-ideas/

http://www.playideas.com/25-no-sew-cloth-activities/

  • Give your child a love for the outdoors by going for a hike or neighborhood nature walk. Collect leaves and flowers sticks to make a nature collage. Use leaves or other small objects as a paint brush. Instant artwork! Here are other science loving ideas:

https://handsonaswegrow.com/science-activities-toddlers/

  • Visit one of these beautiful parks full of nature trails

https://mommypoppins.com/new-jersey-kids/parks-playgrounds/great-swamp-year-round-nature-trails-for-new-jersey-kids

  • Create works of art with sidewalk chalk