Summer is in full swing, and we've been on the go since school finished. We traveled to Toronto for a few days, and then we went to south Florida for a week of fun in the sun at our favourite resort with our entire family. My boys are attending another week of science camp (they love it!) and we are staying busy by swimming almost every day. Sometimes, though, I run out of ideas on how to keep my boys busy (and away from their DS's and iPads!)
Summer is all about staying active, having fun, and doing as much as possible away from electronics. (Unless you're a blogger, of course!) Summer is about road trips, camping, walks on the beach, picnics at the park, and breezy BBQ's outside with friends. It is also about connecting with your kids—that is my favourite part.
I'm so excited that I've been asked to be a part of the Summer Adventure Mom Blog Challenge with Michaels, because my children will be participating in the Passport to Imagination summer program.
I've signed the Unplugged Summer Pact, promising to cut back at least two hours a day from time spent "online" or in front of the television. Instead, we'll fill that time with fun-filled, creative and fun activities. My boys will attend the Michaels' Passport to Imagination 7-week summer crafting camp, and we're so excited!
The Passport to Imagination lets little ones craft their way around the world on a 7-week voyage around the globe. Each 2 hour crafting adventure takes place on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10 to noon and is only $2.00 a child (ages five and up!)
I'll share with you the crafts my boys will be making and I'll fill you in on more information about the Passport to Imagination soon! In the meantime, if you're interested, you can sign up your children here and let the adventure begin!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, and I have received compensation to participate in the Summer Adventure Mom Blog Challenge with Michaels. All opinions and views are my own!