3 Tips for Summertime Fun

With the summer approaching, it’s time to start thinking about some entertainment for the kids. There are so many ways to keep them entertained and having fun. Of course, it’s also very important to keep your eye on them – more accidents are prone to occur in the summer since kids are home and often unsupervised. Here are three ideas for summer fun.

  • Pool membership: If there is a pool in your area, you might find that it’s not so expensive to join it. Yes, it will cost some money, but if you think of being there for two or three hours a day, three to five days a week, this might actually be the best bargain you find this summer.pool-690034_960_720
  • Movies: When the days are long and hot, there is nothing as refreshing as a good movie. One interesting approach to summer movie fun is to check out some documentaries. One that is in post-production now called “Unchained” is about the birth and boom of Freestyle Motorcross. With executive producers Susan Cooper, Brian O’Shea, Jeff Bowler and Nat McCormick and sports fanatics like Carey Hart, Tony Hawk and Travis Pastrana, this is just the boy’s movie you might need. Directed and written by Paul Taublieb, one of the creators of the X Games, this is a movie you’ll love this summer.
  • The Olympics: The Summer Olympics is coming this summer and this can offer all sorts of entertainment. While we don’t always want the kids sitting in front of the television for hours, the Olympics only appear every four years and can really engage the kids. Your kids just might decide they want to take up gymnastics, swimming or basketball as a result of watching the exciting events take place.

The summer is a time for extra relaxation and a pool membership, a movie like one produced by Jeff Bowler, and a night of watching the Olympics might be just perfect for your needs.

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James Fishman has been involved in the world of online magazines for more than 15 years. He helped launch Sunstone Online and continues to improve the magazine as site editor and administrator. His writing focuses primarily business and technology. To be in touch with James, feel free to contact him at james[at]sunstoneonline.com.

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