It’s the ideal time to go active with your toddler and enjoy some time in the sun when the weather warms up and the sun starts shining. And what better way to accomplish it than by playing some summertime games and sports together? Here are seven enjoyable activities that can quickly have you and your child laughing and moving.
Toss a water balloon.
A water balloon toss is the best way to cool yourself on a hot summer day. Fill a bunch of balloons, grab a partner, and see how long you can hold them up without dropping them. Beware—this game is difficult. You may get wet!
Playing miniature golf
Mini golf is a timeless summer pastime and a fantastic method to help your child develop hand-eye coordination. Who doesn’t enjoy attempting to pass the ball over the bridge or through the windmill?
Frisbee is a fun game you and your toddler may play outside. Try playing catch after throwing the frisbee back and forth. Don’t be surprised if your child uses the frisbee as a hat.
Playing soccer with your toddler in the backyard or park is fun and uncomplicated. Start by kicking the ball back and forth, then score some goals. Expect cute goal celebrations.
Toddlers love hopscotch. Chalk a hopscotch board on the sidewalk and challenge your child to leap from square to square without hitting the lines. It enhances balance and coordination.
both red and green lights
Red light, green light will make your youngster giggle and run. One person is the “stoplight,” and everyone else lines up on the starting line. The stoplight says “green light!” and everyone runs to the finish. The stoplight’s “red light!” stops everyone. Anyone who moves after the red light must start over.
T-ball introduces toddlers to baseball. Have your child hit a tee. Use a rolled-up towel or cardboard if you don’t have a tee. It’s fun if your child runs to third base instead of first.
Here they are: seven enjoyable summertime sports and games you may do with your young child. These summertime activities will keep you and your child busy and entertained, whether you’re playing T-ball or splashing about with water balloons. Check out other educational activities for your little on our blog page