The Ultimate Screen-Free Summer Activity Guide


With three kids under four, I have to admit, Netflix calls out to me on those hot summer days. Sometimes I just don’t have the energy or patience to come up with something new to do or some way to entertain them. Plus, I’d like to encourage imagination and independance through screen-free summer activities that build memories and sibling relationships.

If you are like me, coming up with screen-free activities can be rough. Especially when you are sweating and tired and need a break yourself! We’re lending you a helping hand with our list of favorites.

Here’s Baby Gizmo’s ultimate screen free activity guide!

1. Keep Kids Busy This Summer

2. Summer Bucket List

Indoor Activities

3. Indoor Activity Ideas for your little ones


4. I’m Bored Activity Jar

Hot Days Games

5. 10 games for scorching hot days

Beach ball games

6. 10 games you can play with a beach ball

Baord Games

7. 10 fun board games for families

8. Indoor ball games for toddlers

9. At Home Learning Games for Toddlers and Preschoolers

10. Cul-De-Sac Games & Play

Crafts for toddlers

11. Great Crafts to Do With Your Toddler

12. 10 Fun Arts and Crafts Projects for Toddlers

13, DIY Crafts to Beat the Summer Heat

14. DIY Puzzle from Leftover Art Projects


15. Make Your Own Playdough


16. Make Your Own Sensory Dough

17. 5 Sensory Activities for Toddlers

DIY Wall Art

18. Tissue Paper Wall Art

19. 10 Fun Summer Crafts

toddler crafts

20. 10 Never Fail Toddler Crafts


21. DIY Chalkboard Coasters


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Marie Osborne is a wife, mama, and blogger who loves Jesus and large non-fat lattes. As a former high school theater geek, she currently uses all her acting and vocal training reading "Mr. Brown Can Moo" and singing "The Wheels on the Bus" before night-night time. When she isn't laughing (loudly) with her 30-something husband, chatting (loudly) with her girlfriends, singing (loudly) with her 3-year-old son, or feeding (quietly... for the time being) her 8-month-old twins, she's probably pumping and binge watching Netflix. You can find her on her blog encouraging, challenging, and laughing from under a pile of diapers.

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