NORFOLK, Va. - Not every day of the summer can be spent outside.
Sometimes you have to bring the entertaining indoors!
Here are a few ideas to help you keep the kids from getting bored on those "inside days" this summer:
-Write letters and cards to far away friends and relatives
-Bake and decorate cookies or cupcakes and bring to neighbors or friends
-Create an indoor obstacle course, make it harder by blindfolding one of the players and having the other people guide them through the course
-Make a scrapbook with memories from the previous school year
-Put on a fashion show or a play, record on your phone so kids can re-watch!
-Play "What am I eating?": blindfold one person and have them guess what they are tasting