There is still some summer left and time for summer fun with teenagers!
Spend days at the beach, throw an end of the summer party, do fun summer memories projects.
Perhaps you have not been able to do everything you had planned for the summer. Don’t fret. Focus on the time you have left and make summer fun plans!
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1. Beach Fun For Teens
Summer is not over yet, so there is still time to head out to the beach.
Enjoy the sunshine, splash in the water, and play awesome beach games.
Everyone seems to like this game. I’m pretty sure I saw Spikeball at every graduation party we attended this year.
2. Tug of War
Find out who really is the strongest with a friendly game of Tug of War.
3. Tidal Ball
If you all like ball tossing games, then this one is for you: Tidal Ball.
4. Waterproof Playing Cards
Don’t feel like running around? Spend a moment under the sun umbrella to play card games. Since you’re at the beach, Waterproof Playing Cards are the best choice.
2. End Of The Summer Fun
Well, it is not the end yet, but it’s coming.
Celebrate the awesome summer you had. Celebrate the new school year, new opportunities, the freedom to learn.
Host a party:
- pool party
- outdoor dance party (dance games)
- ice cream party
- glow in the dark games
- outdoor movie night
2. Make A Time Capsule
Time capsules are not only for little kids. They can be fun for teens too.
Create a time capsule to be opened at the end of the school year.
What to include in a time capsule:
- summer memories
- bucket list for next summer
- beach towel
- gift card
- thermos bottle
- a letter to yourself
- your goals for the year
- a book
3. Self Defense Class
It won’t hurt to know how to defend yourself.
You can find lots of videos on Youtube about self defense, parking lot safety, etc.
Many Martial Arts and Fitness Studios offer self defense classes you can take with your teens.
4. Summer Memories DIY Project
There are many ways you can preserve the summer memories.
1. Photo Throw Blanket
Turn the pictures into a customized throw blanket. When the winter storms come, you can wrap yourself in a warm blanket and dream of summer.
If you know how to quilt, you’d love to have photos printed on the fabric you can sew into your quilt. (A bestseller on Etsy!)
2. Summer Quotes
Think about all the fun things that happened or were said. Come up with a summer quote or the word of the summer and write those on canvas, mugs, or T-shirts.
5. Summer Conversations
- What is something you accomplished this summer you’re proud of?
- Describe this summer with three words?
- Did anything life changing happen this summer?
- How does the moon cut its hair?
- What do you call a pig that does karate?
- Why did the selfie go to prison?
- E-clipse it.
- A pork chop.
- It was framed.
Some of us don’t want to think about back-to-school stuff, but it’s coming.
Make it fun.
- Go shopping for school outfits.
- Plan healthy and fun after school snacks.
- Think of creative ways to take back-to-school pictures.
Want to see Fun With Teen ideas for the other months?