Now we are in July, summer is in full swing and the long summer holidays may have started already or at the very least be on the horizon. I love July and all the outdoor adventures it brings. We’ve got a busy July planned with lots of adventures to look forward to. If you are looking for activities to do with kids in July, you’ve come to the right place.
Below are some of my posts that are most relevant for this month. Keep popping back for more seasonal activities to do with your kids this month. Better yet scroll to the bottom and join me for my weekly bonus email full of seasonal content straight to your inbox.
July in the garden
July is another busy month in the garden. Our garden is really taking shape right now. Don’t get me wrong, it could really use some rain but we’ve got some small courgettes growing and we have been harvesting strawberries, red currents and radishes. You can continue to sow direct carrots, beetroots and lettuce this month. Remember to sow at intervals to ensure there is always some to harvest when you want it. Don’t forget to keep caring for your plants and enjoying the harvest. Or how about visting your local pick your own farm?
Here is a really useful resource, a gardening calendar with what to plant and harvest each month and it even has different colours for southern or northern (UK) gardeners – available here.
I have a few blog posts that you might find useful and a few more planned for this month.
July is also a great time for spending more time outdoors with children. Playing in the garden, walking in the woods, visiting the beach or your favourite outdoor day out.
July on the bookshelves
There are so many summer themes in children’s books. Farm animals, bugs and butterflies, holidays, beach and much more. If you’re looking for inspiration then click the images below.
If you have a child starting school this September you may be starting to prepare them or perhaps you want to find out what to expect.
July ideas for creating and playing
There are lots of opportunities for craft and play in summer. Both indoors and outdoors. Possible themes are weather, butterflies, bugs, farm animals, birds and seaside.
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