*Each week, I am taking seven activities off of the 77 Days of Summer with Pensacola with Kids list and sharing daily activities that coordinate with the list.
Day Fifteen – Go to the beach and look for shells (#10 in the first column of the 77 Days list).
Head out to the beach and look for shells. One of the best times to look for shells is sometimes after a storm. Remember, safety first!
Day Sixteen – Have a dance party in the living room (#20 in the third column of the 77 Days list).
This is the perfect activity to do if it is raining. Turn on the stereo and have a dance party together! We have also been playing lots of Wii Just Dance when it is raining or too hot to get moving outside.
Day Seventeen – Watch a Blue Wahoos baseball game (Third to last in the first column of 77 Days list).
If you love baseball and haven’t been to a Blue Wahoos game, you are missing out! Tickets are available for as low as $5 each (if you are willing to sit on the berm). Food is reasonable (but is priced much like most ball parks and attractions). You can buy a refillable popcorn bucket and refills are free after that!
Day Eighteen – Spend the day baking in the kitchen (#22 in the second column of the 77 Days list).
I try to plan one day a week where I stock up on some of our favorite baked goods and freezer meals. I typically work on these by myself, but this week I am going to involve my kids.
Day Nineteen – Go bowling (#8 in the first column of the 77 Days list).
There are a number of bowling alleys to check out around town. Oops Alley in Pace is probably one of the most family friendly spots but we also love going to DeLuna Lanes because the price is reasonable and it is usually not very crowded.
Day Twenty – Play a board game together (Second to last in the first column of the 77 Days list).
It has been awhile since my family all sat down together and played a board game. I am thinking that it might be time to introduce them to Monopoly…maybe!
Day Twenty-One – Make a bird feeder (#15 in the second column of the 77 Days list).
I have been saving toilet paper tubes for this reason! Stay tuned for directions on how to make a quick and easy bird feeder. You can also do a quick search on the internet for some directions on bird seed feeders that are easy for kids to make.