Can you believe August is here already? Before the summer weather comes to end, get outdoors. Go for walks, go hiking, or go for a long drive. Whatever you do, don’t forget your camera. Are you looking for photo inspiration for August? Check out the list for August photo prompts.
When rainy days or hot summer days keep you inside, get creative. Crayons, markers, colored pencils, chalk, and pens are wonderful instruments for drawing. Do not limit your creativity. Apply your tool of choice to sandpaper, construction paper, material, and of course drawing paper. Each yields an individualized artistic base.
Are you looking for drawing inspiration? Check out the following drawing prompts for August.
Summer does not always bring sunny days. Rain, humid, or high temperatures may cause you to retreat indoors for comfort. Days inside are perfect for creating art including drawing. Whether you use markers, pens, pencils, or crayons, drawing is a great creative outlet. Do you need some inspiration? Check out the following drawing prompts for July.
Many people view Memorial Day as the unofficial kick off to summer. Are you ready to get outdoors and enjoy the warmer weather? Time to make a summertime bucket list! Whether you are looking for activities for yourself, your family, or friends, a bucket list is a great way to begin your planning process.
If you are looking for inspiration, check out the following 100 ideas for a summer to remember.
June brings the start of summer, warmer weather, Father’s Day, and another chance to be creative. Whether you use markers, crayons, chalk, pens, or a pencil, drawing is a wonderful activity to engage your creative side.
Are you looking for inspiration? Check out the following drawing prompts for June.
June is a perfect time to get outdoors and enjoy yourself. When you head out, do not forget your camera. Snapping photos is a wonderful pastime. Are you looking for inspiration? Check out the following photo prompts for June.
May is finally here! A new month is the perfect time to get creative! Are you ready to draw? Whether you use markers, pens, pencils, chalk, or crayons, drawing is a fun activity for the whole family. Do you need some drawing inspiration? Check out the following list.
Mother (Happy Mother’s Day in the USA. Draw a picture for your mom or mother figure in your life)
Earth Day, April 22, is only a couple days away. Engage in family activities to mark this year’s Earth Day. Are you looking for some ideas on how to celebrate Earth Day 2021 as a family? Check out the following suggestions.
Go Hiking: Get outdoors and go hiking. If you first starting out, research local hiking trails in your area. There are numerous trails for beginners. The easier trails are perfect for a family outing. Remember to take the necessary equipment, start slow, and enjoy the scenery.
Go for a Nature Walk: Another way to enjoy trails at local parks is going for a nature walk. Make a list of items you hope to see in nature. Play a game to find different types of animals, leaves, rocks, insects, plants, and more.
Plant Flowers: Buy seeds to plant flowers in pots or outdoors. For added fun, paint or decorate the pots before planting the seeds.
Bird Feeding Station: Create a bird feeding station in your yard. Add a bird bath, bird houses, and bird feeders to a safe area to attract birds.
Go Bird Watching: If you cannot set up your own back yard bird sanctuary, find a local park to search for birds in your area.
Join a Cleanup: Check out your local Earth Day community events and volunteer. Numerous areas are holding community cleanups. Join the cleanup effort as a family project.
Go for a Bike Ride: Dust off your bicycles and go for a ride.
Unplug: Shut off your computer and other electronic devices for an hour or the entire day.
Take Photos: Grab your phone or favorite camera and photograph the world around you.
Hug a Tree: Yes, seriously, hug a tree. Discover the different trees in your area. If the weather permits, take a picnic. Just sit and enjoy your time outdoors.
Make a Video: Document nature and the environment.
Make an Eco-Friendly Pledge: As a family make a pledge to do better for the environment, then come up with a list of ideas.
Did you know today, April 9th is National Unicorn Day? A legendary horse-like creature dating back to the 5th century, a unicorn has a single spiraling horn protruding out from the forehead. Are you wondering how to celebrate this incredible magical being? Check out the following ideas for celebrating National Unicorn Day.
Write a Story: Have you been considering writing a book centering around a unicorn. Today is the perfect time to write your unicorn story.
Write Your Child’s Story: If you have younger children, ask them to tell a story about a unicorn. Writing down or recording the story is a great keepsake. Who knows, the story may be the building blocks to a future novel.
Draw or Paint: Draw or paint a unicorn picture. Create a whole scene around your unicorn. For example, where does your unicorn live? What does your unicorn eat? What magic powers does your unicorn have?
Read A Book: Go to your local library or download a story about a unicorn. The story can be for yourself or read to your young children.
Do Crafts: Time to get creative. Modeling clay is a great medium to use to create a unicorn. Air dry clay is inexpensive and easy to use. Simply shape the clay into a unicorn, allow to dry, and paint. If you need additional crafting help, check out Pinterest for unicorn ideas.
Watch a Unicorn Movie: Turn National Unicorn Day into family night (yes, your cat counts as family). Do not forget to make your favorite treat or order pizza.
Whatever you decide to do, enjoy National Unicorn Day. Celebrate the simple unofficial holidays.
Easter is here. Are you ready? Did the holiday just sneak up on you this year? Well, do not worry there is still plenty of time to do last-minute activities for your entire family to enjoy. Check out the following list for inspiration.
1. Attend Church Services
Regardless of your religious background, attend a local church service. Many churches hold special services on Easter Sunday. The church may have special readings, singing, plays, and children’s events. Just remember to check the church’s website or Facebook page before going. The church may have social distancing and other restrictions in place.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, numerous churches are holding virtual services if you do not want to attend church. Attend a church service right in your home, you can even watch while eating breakfast.
2. Color Easter Eggs
Yes, you can buy a kit. Or you can use food coloring from your baking supplies. Dyeing Easter eggs is a great activity. Mix different colors, make patterns or add designs. Coloring eggs is a long-standing Easter tradition.
3. Easter Egg Hunt or Scavenger Hunt
Whether you use your dyed eggs or hide plastic ones, an Easter egg hunt is fun for everyone. Now to make the hunt more interesting for older children, turn the activity into a scavenger hunt. Provide clues to your hidden eggs or Easter baskets.
4. Easter Meal
Find a way to make your meal special for Easter.
Sit together at the table. Bring out your good dishes, add candles, make an Easter centerpiece, or add flowers. Remember to turn off your devices.
Add a special dessert.
Bake the meal together as a family.
Order in from a nearby restaurant.
Have a picnic.
Just enjoy your time together as a family.
5. Family Night
Turn your Easter into family night. Eat leftovers or order pizza.
Watch movies together. It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown (1974) is always a great family show to watch.