1. It’s National Picnic Month! Take a picnic outside with your family.

2. National Friendship Day! Talk to your child about why they value their friends.

3. Run in place for 30 seconds with your child!

4. I spy… something baby blue! How many baby blue things can your child see around them?

5. What is a new skill your child would like to learn?

6. Do 10 sit-ups with your child!

7. What kinds of animals live outside in Los Angeles?

8. Do a fun finger painting with kid-friendly paints with your child.

9. Book Lover’s Day! What is your child’s favorite book to read?

10. What is your child’s favorite month of the year and why?

11. What is an accomplishment your child is proud of?

12. I spy… something yellow! What yellow things can your child see around them?

13. What color do you get when you mix yellow and red together?

14. Do a bear crawl across your home with your child!

15. National Honey Bee Awareness Day! Why are bees so important to our environment?

16. Tell your child about a time you felt proud of yourself.

17. What kinds of animals are cold blooded?

18. Practice handwriting with your child by writing their name in capital and lowercase letters.

19. What is something your child is excited about?

20. Have a dance party with your child! Get your heart rate up and dance to your favorite music.

21. Can your child name 10 states in the United States of America?

22. Go for a leaf collecting walk with your child. How many different colored leaves can your child collect?

23. Do 15 squats with your child.

24. Take 20 minutes of creative quiet time with your child. Have them paint, draw or read for 20 minutes

25. I spy… something spiky! What spiky things can your child see around them?

26. National Dog Day! What is your child’s favorite kind of dog?

27. How many kinds of flowers can your child name?

28. What is something your child can do today, to make tomorrow a better day?

29. What is your child’s favorite summer break memory?

30. Do 30 jumping jacks with your child!

31. What is a goal you and your child can set for September?

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