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5 interesting things you can do with your young family this summer holiday

So far, this year has been nothing but chaos, thanks to the pandemic. It has had its notable ups and very low downs, but thankfully, that chaos is coming to an end. Or so we hope.

For kids, especially little ones who have had their first experiences stunted by social distancing, it has been difficult. Especially if they have had their first few years at school over a screen. 

It has been stressful for the whole family, which is why you need to treat your family and yourself to something a little bit more interesting than your usual summer holiday. Here are five ways you can switch up your summer holiday for your young family, to help get the stress off your mind.

#1 Take tours to cities and towns

This can be browsing the highstreets or visiting lesser-known beauty spots such as town parks and nature trails which can be found in housing estates. This can be a great opportunity to get the kids out of the house and see something unusual or at least a little different. You can have bike rides or walks, or even make it more interesting with Xiaomi 1S Electric Scooter rides to help take the pressure off of your feet. 

#2 Go for walks in the country

This can be a great way to teach your children the importance of looking after our environment and teaching them about nature. Going on bug hunts, bird watching, and even learning about the geology around them will spark inspiration, you might learn something new too. All great fun for the whole family.

#3 Share some downtime with your family

This can be a good way to destress on rainy days, or days when it is too hot to go outside at lunchtime. It can be a good way to teach your children the importance of relaxing and enjoying time off work. By sitting around in the quiet company, you can help your kids understand that they do not need to talk to have a good time, and you never know, they might prefer it.

#4 Try some new family hobbies

This can be a great way to inspire your kids. By starting something creative, such as journaling or origami, or something a bit more mindful such as a martial art or yoga, you might find that you find it easier to relax and your children will have another thing to bond over. It will also be an interesting thing to talk about at social events, as and when they are permitted to happen again.

#5 Help your kids with their homework

Now, this does not mean do it for them, as much as they would appreciate it. This means help them with getting it done earlier on in the holiday, so they have more fun. It can be a good idea to teach them about work ethic and discipline, as well as about delayed gratification, which can help them get more out of their holiday.

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