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The biggest challenge for parents is to keep their children busy during the summer vacations. While children eagerly await their vacations in order to get out of the routine of school, studies, exams, etc. , give them a week into their vacations and their chant begins of being bored.

In order to avoid this situation it is important for parents to plan their child's vacations well in advanced. In fact, even a family vacation is planned, one should have a plan in hand on what will be done while on vacation. For this, one should ideally go on vacation through a professional holiday planning company and opt for a tourist package to ensure that the maximum is done while in the new city or place of visit.

Well, for those at home, there is the option of the varied classes, based on the child's interest, as well as the convenience of dropping and picking up the child from these classes. This becomes a little difficult if both parents are working. And for many, the child of multiple classes may fall beyond their budget.

The next option is to keep them busy with the varied summer activities for children. This could be a mixed bag of activities such as a couple of games and sports such as swimming, badminton, tennis, hockey, cricket, etc. There are varied clubs that conduct summer camps for children in the mornings.

Then there could be some intellectual activities such as book reading, creating a journal or scrapbook on the child's favorite subjects. These could include a country of their choice, the animal kingdom, dinosaurs, outer space, etc. Basically, while creating a journal or scrapbook the child is learning a lot about their topic of interest.

Creative activities should also be a part of the vacation plan. This is because having the child indulge in art and craft makes them tilt towards creativity. They get an opportunity to stretch their creative minds and make some incredible objects. They can either join a class, or then learn at home with the various art and craft kits. There is so much available in the market. For instance, for girls there are embroidery kits, and for boys there are various mechanical kits to create varied objects.

Apart from this, if one is living in a large housing complex them one can encourage the children to get together and do a project. For instance, they could all bring in their books and create a library. They can pay for borrowing the book and at the end of the vacation they give that money collected in charity. Or then they can organize various drives, such as a clothes drive, stationery drive, etc. , wherein they collect all their old clothes, as well as books and stationery; maybe even toys; and give it to an orphanage. This way the children are kept busy and they are learning how to add value to society.

The important thing is that when planning the activities, parents should not force their decisions on their children. They should sit down and understand what their child enjoys doing, and accordingly find away to keep them busy in such activities.

You can check out for various summer activities like use dried flower or read some short stories on our websites and enhance your child's knowledge.

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