We're all running out of ideas on how to keep our children entertained. When you hear "I'm bored," give these tips a try.
Summer 4-H opportunities include Adulting 101 classes, the Kentucky 4-H Get Outside Challenge, Oldham County 4-H Fair, Kids Cooking Camp, and more.
When your child says, "I'm bored," use these family activity tips to break up the boredom.
Physical activity aids in weight loss, boosts your immune system, relieves stress, and helps lower blood pressure. Use these tips to get and stay motivated to exercise.
Here are some ideas to get young people active and engaged with nature during this time of much uncertainty and to help break up the monotony.
Check out the 30+ activities in the 4-H Inspires Kids To Do Activity Guide that you can do at home. Are your kids into baking? Have them try an Oldham County 4-H fair favorite: Chewy Granola Bars!
One cure for cabin fever is having young people help cook something in the kitchen. Cooking is especially enjoyable for all ages because it uses all five senses.
Hearing "I'm bored!" a lot lately? Fight boredom with these indoor and outdoor activities that help get young people active and engaged.