If you have younger kids or grandkids and enjoy taking them out in the woods, you know how important it is to make things fun and interesting for them.
The “Hands On As We Grow” website has a list of 23 things for young kids to do with you in the outdoors, which might be helpful as you plan your summer excursions.
They range from the simple – like painting tree branches or making “leaf confetti” – to more involved activities, such as blowing dandelions to create paintings or turning rocks and driftwood into pieces of art.
And if you like these ideas, the website has a newsletter that features more things to do. After all, it’s great to introduce young kids to the outdoors, getting them away from the TV and electronic games to appreciate the world around them.
The recreational properties we sell at PotlatchDeltic are great home bases for family activities, whether you’re looking to hike, ride bikes, bird watch, or just relax. Contact one of the recreational land sales experts in our Preferred Broker Network to start your search.