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5 Budget-Friendly Activities for Families with Kids

With warmer weather finally upon us, everyone has the outdoors in mind. You don’t need to spend a fortune to make memorable memories for the entire family. Below are five fun budget-friendly activities from Ashely Spicer, co-founder of FLYAROO Fitness, a fitness program designed for toddlers and preschoolers.
·         Hula – Hula Hoops are just a few dollars, but can create hours of fun and can be a lifesaver on rainy days when you’re stuck inside. You can use it just like a jump rope, create a human ring toss game, play hula hoop pass or host a friendly competition to see who can hold the classic spin the longest.
·         Mini Yoga – Growing can be stressful on the body and mind and yoga has been proven to improve balance, focus and emotional well-being. Not a yoga expert, no worries, the Butterfly, Tree, Bridge, and Child’s pose are moves any child and parent can do together.
·         Build A Dance Studio – Move furniture and tables out of the way if needed and stick to songs that are 2-3 minutes long. Dancing is not only great for the soul, but just 20 minutes of dancing is great exercise and most importantly fun for the whole family. The best part, you can create your own signature move. Some of my favorite songs to dance to are “Roar” by Katy Perry, “Waka Waka” by Shakira and who doesn’t love the “Cha Cha Slide.”
·       Unstructured Fun – Pack a healthy picnic basket full of fresh fruit and whole grain sandwiches and head to your local park for some unstructured fun. Help your child use their imagination as they swing, slide and climb to victory while you channel your inner kid and fly through the air on the swing set.
·         Just Bike It – If you don’t know how to ride a bicycle, make it your mission this summer to learn. Not only is it great exercise, but can be great for family bonding. If you don’t own your own bike, no worries, many towns have affordable bike rentals. Just make sure your family is wearing proper protective head gear and pads for the junior riders. For babies and toddlers, there are seats that attach to your bike.

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