What to Do All Summer : 100 Days of Summertime

100 Days of Summertime Ebook

100 Days of Summertime Ebook

If you struggle to come up with ideas for what your kids can do during the summer months

(yes it's right around the corner)

pick up a copy of  the new 100 Days of Summertime eBook.

 

The 100 Days of Summertime ebook has been newly updated for 2015.  It's  149 digital pages of summertime ideas.  Each day of the month from Sunday, May 25 until Monday, August 31 has a summertime activity for you to partake in. Banish “Mom! I'm bored!” from your child's vocabulary!

I think this is an ingenious product. You don't have to partake in each of the activities (who would have the time) but you are presented with so many ideas for holidays, every day activities, rainy days, camping ideas, emergencies, visiting company and much more. And perish the thought that everything has to be done away from home. I know several families living in very hot climates that need to find indoor ideas due to the extreme weather. You'll find plenty of indoor ideas too.

Make this a lovely, action packed summer for your family.

Includes a 3 month calendar and plenty of printables to also make it an organized summer. Right up until school time with some school prep lists for starting off right!

  • end of school planning
  • summer camp
  • holidays
  • family vacations
  • party planning and entertaining
  • back to school
  • and more!

Love it!

Need to see inside? Just visit 100 Days of Summertime 2015 for a sneak peek inside this year's volume.

100 Days of Summertime 2015 is a daily dose of inspiration for a summer filled with family, food, and fun.

100 Days of Summertime 2015 is available in PDF and includes a 37-page workbook for planning out a fun and productive summer. It's cost is only $19.90.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a copy of this ebook free from ListPlanIt as part of their affiliate program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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3 Comments

  1. This looks like a good piece of inspiration for the summertime months. We like to play in the water, read lots of books (oh, wait – that isn’t any different than any other time), and do lots of activities with kids who we don’t see during the school year very much. A trip to the beach is a must, as well.

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