40+ August Activities Celebrating the Sunset of Summer!

If you are looking for fun activities to do with your children🧒 before summer comes to an end, then you are in the right place. I don’t know about you, but when I was a kid, I dreaded the end of the summer; saying goodbye to spending quality time with my parents, nurturing my hobbies, and not being exhausted by schoolwork🏫 was tough. 

I assume most kids feel the same way about going back to school. When I became a parent, I decided to incorporate as many fun activities, learning lessons, and educational trips during my kids’ summer vacations. 

I want them to enjoy their summer and make memories but also prepare for the upcoming school🏫 year. With these end-of-summer activities listed below, you can also end summer at a high point. 

Best August Activities for Your Child

As August approaches and summer nears its end, I want to make sure that my kids🧒 have a productive summer. You can ensure that your kids 🧒learn new skills, expand their knowledge, and were able to hone their creativity with the fun activities mentioned below. 

Hopefully, with the aforementioned activities and snack recommendations, you and your child can have a fun summer. 

Kiddie Pool Ball Party 

Kiddie Pool Ball Party

Want to make your kids spend some quality time outdoors? Then, this is the perfect low-effort activity that you can do. 

Fill a kiddie pool with water and bubble🫧 bath solution, along with plastic balls. Invite your kids🧒 and their friends to play in it. They’ll be occupied for hours! 

Make Friendship Bracelets 

Make Friendship Bracelets

International Friendship Day is a day celebrated in several countries around the world on the first Sunday of August to commemorate your friendships. People celebrate this day by gifting their friends bracelets⌚, chocolates🍫, and gift cards. 

This Friendship Day, encourage your child to make their own bracelets using beads and an elastic embroidery thread. They can make special, unique bracelets for each of their friends.

Pro Tip- You can also have a friendship bracelet-making party for your child🧒 and their friends. 

Rubber Band Watermelon Exploding Experiment 

Have you ever wondered how many rubber bands it will take to burst a watermelon🍉? If you or your kids are curious about this question, then this is the perfect experiment for you. 

What you need: 

Watermelon🍉 and a large pack of rubber bands. 

I recommend performing this experiment outdoors. Before starting, you can ask your child to guess the number of rubber bands it will take to burst the watermelon🍉. 

As you and your child tied rubber bands around the watermelon (in the same place), you should explain that tying rubber bands causes the watermelon🍉 to explode. 

Pro Tip- You can enjoy the watermelon🍉 if it has not touched the ground. I also recommend visiting your local farmer’s market to purchase an older watermelon if you don’t want to waste a fresh watermelon. 

Plan a Backyard Scavenger Hunt 

Plan A Backyard Scavenger Hunt

Send your kids🧒 off on a scavenger hunt around your backyard. Hide a few objects around your backyard and give your child a checklist of all the hidden objects. Set a time limit, and then send them off to the backyard on a hunt. 

Pro Tip- Make sure the objects are easy to reach but still involve a level of problem-solving from your children. 

Watermelon Lemonade 

Did you know that the 3rd of August is celebrated as National Watermelon 🍉Day? To commemorate this day, my kids and I made watermelon lemonade, which is the perfect remedy for a hot summer’s day. 

What you need: 

Watermelon juice, lemon 🍋juice, salt, honey, and cold water. 


  • To make watermelon juice, blend some watermelon, pour it into an ice tray, and freeze. 
  • In a large serving jug, mix three tablespoons of honey, 3 cups of cold water, and five tablespoons of lemon juice🍋. 
  • Add the frozen watermelon cubes along with some salt🧂 to taste. Mix it well. The Watermelon Lemonade is ready to be served. 

Go for a Bike Ride 

Go For A Bike Ride

Help your children customize their bikes🚲 with stickers, ribbons, and flags, and take them out on a bike🚲 ride around the neighborhood. 

Watermelon Kiwi Popsicles 

Teach your kids how to make this easy, delicious, and healthy fruit popsicle to beat the heat. 

What you need: 

Watermelon🍉 chunks, popsicle molds, blender, kiwis, and yogurt (If you are lactose intolerant, then you can substitute the yogurt with coconut🥥 yogurt or other dairy-free yogurt). 


  • In a popsicle mold, place popsicle sticks and pour the blended watermelon🍉 chunks (without seeds) into the mold. Pop this into the freezer and let it set. 
  • Once the watermelon🍉 juice has set, add a layer of vanilla Greek yogurt, and once again, put the tray in the freezer to set the layer. 
  • Meanwhile, blend some kiwi fruit and cut the rest into tiny cubes. 
  • Once the yogurt layer has frozen, pour the blended kiwi and kiwi cubes. Once again, pop the popsicle mold into the frozen and let it set. Your popsicles are ready. 

Pro Tip: You can also substitute the watermelon🍉 for other fruits like cantaloupe, strawberries🍓, and mango. My kids like a mint-watermelon combo, so we added some fresh mint leaves to our mix. You can do the same. 

Backyard Camping 

Backyard Camping

Can’t take your kids camping? Create the ideal camping trip in your own backyard. My kids🧒 and I pitched a tent in the backyard, and we grilled food and made s’mores.

We watched a movie on the projector in the backyard and also gazed at the stars. You can play fun games and tell stories from your childhood as well. 

Fruit Necklace 

Want to motivate your child to eat their fruit? Encourage them to make a necklace 📿from their favorite fruits and then challenge them to eat it. 

What you need: 

Yarn needle, strawberries🍓, blueberries, grapes🍇, and elastic cord. 


  • Wash the fruit and thread a long elastic cord into a yarn needle. 
  • Ask your child to feed the fruit into the chord and make a beautiful necklace. Once they have finished making the necklace, then you can ask them to eat it.  

Pro Tip: You can substitute the fruits with your child’s favorite fruits. 

Teach Your Kids Gardening 

Teach Your Kids Gardening

Expert gardeners will tell you that if you want to plant a new plant, then the end of August is the perfect time.

You can use the month of August to teach your child how to prepare the flower🌹 bed for sowing by adding fertilizer and mulch to your garden. Close the month off by sowing the seeds. 

Strawberry Yogurt Snack Bar 

My children and adult friends all devoured this snack bar when I brought it to a get-together. 

What you need: 

Greek yogurt, dark chocolate🍫 chips, frozen strawberries, and honey. 


  • Line a large baking tray with parchment paper and spread a thick layer of Greek yogurt over it. 
  • Slice some frozen strawberries🍓 and place them on the Greek yogurt. 
  • Sprinkle a healthy layer of dark chocolate chips over the strawberries. 
  • Use a baking brush and brush honey over everything. Pop this in the freezer and let it set. Break the baking sheet into shards and serve to guests. 

Pro Tip: You can add more fruits and toppings to this snack bar. 

Kite Flying 

August is the perfect month to take your children kite🪁 flying. The strong winds after the rainy season are the perfect weather for kite🪁 flying.

You can even encourage your kids to make their own kites or customize their kites🪁 before taking them out flying. 

Celebrate National Root Beer Float Day 

Celebrate National Root Beer Float Day

Did you know that the 6th of August is celebrated as National Root Beer Float Day? To celebrate this day with your children, teach them how to make a classic root beer float. 

What you need: 

Root Beer, whipped cream, vanilla ice cream🍦, and ice cubes. 


  • In a serving glass, fill it with ice at least 3/4th of the way up. 
  • Pour the root beer over the ice cubes🧊 and place one scoop of ice cream 🍦on top. 
  • Serve with some whipped cream on top, and enjoy on a hot day. 

Water Gun Fight  

Teach your kids how to make their own water gun🔫 and have a water gun fight. 

What you need: 

Used plastic water bottles and a needle. 

Punch a hole in the cap of a water bottle and fill it with water. Your water gun🔫 is ready. Squeeze the bottle to let the water out. 

Read Books About The Summer 

Read Books About The Summer

Read books about the summer to your preschoolers and kindergarteners. I read the following books📚 to my children- ‘What the Moon Saw,’ ‘Sunny Side Up,’ ‘Brave Little Camper,’ and ‘Should I Share My Ice Cream?’ ‘A Day for Sandcastles,’ and ‘Daniels’s Good Day.’

These books📚 have beautiful artwork, many of them are hilarious, and they have nice messages as well. 

Watermelon Fruit Pizza 

Make your child eat fresh, delicious, and healthy fruit with this snack. 

What you need: 

Watermelon🍉, apple🍏, kiwi, strawberries, blueberries, Greek yogurt, lemon juice, fresh mint leaves, and honey. 

Slice the watermelon into thick rounds and spread yogurt mixed with lemon🍋 juice and fresh mint leaves on it. Divide the watermelon round into small segments and place slices of different fruits on each segment. Drizzle some honey on top. 

Balloon Tennis Game 

Balloon Tennis Game

Teach your preschoolers how to play tennis 🎾with balloons. 

What you need: 

Paddles and balloons. 


  • Fill a balloon with air and ask your children to stand on two opposite sides of your backyard with their paddles. 

What is great about this game is that whenever the balloon 🎈pops or floats away, you can fill another balloon and resume the game. My preschoolers played this game for hours and slept like horses afterward. 

Popcorn Trail Mix 

If you want to watch a movie with your kids, then this is a great snack that can also be healthy. Popcorn🍿 is full of fiber and tastes great with everything. For my trail mix, I like to mix lightly salted popcorn, salted peanuts🥜, chocolate-covered almonds, and crushed frozen strawberries. 

Pro Tip: You can customize the trail mix as you like. For instance, you can add cranberries, dried apricots, and other fruits and even coat the popcorn in chocolate or yogurt. 

Hand Butterfly Craft 

Hand Butterfly Craft

This is an adorable craft that you can decorate your child’s room with. 

What you need: 

Colored construction paper, glue, jewel stickers, glitter, pipe cleaners, and popsicle sticks. 


  • On different colors of construction paper, trace your child’s hand and cut it with scissors. 
  • Paste two cutouts on either side of a popsicle stick. 
  • Ask your child to decorate their hand butterfly🦋 using pipe cleaners, stickers, and glitter. 

Apple Nachos 

If you want to make sure that your kids are eating their fruits and nuts properly, then this is a great snack for you. 

What you need: 

Apple🍎 slices, peanut butter, honey, chocolate chips, almond flakes, crushed peanuts🥜, and pumpkin seeds. 

In a large serving bowl, add apple slices and top it off with honey and peanut butter. Mix well and add chocolate chips, pumpkin seeds, almond flakes, and crushed peanuts on top. The apple nachos are ready to be served. 

Sun Sponge Painting 

Sun Sponge Painting

This craft is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. 

What you need- 

Kitchen sponge, paint, paper plate, popsicle sticks, and cardstock paper.


  • Stick a popsicle stick inside a kitchen sponge. 
  • On a paper plate, squirt some yellow, orange, and red paint. 
  • Hand your child a piece of construction paper and let them use the paint to make the drawing of the sun☀️. 

Chocolate Dipped Frozen Banana 

Depending upon the number of people eating, cut a banana 🍌into small pieces and freeze them. Meanwhile, melt some chocolate. My kids like milk chocolate, but even dark chocolate tastes great. 

Dip the frozen banana slices in the melted chocolate 🍫and let the chocolate harden. If you want, you can cover the chocolate with crushed peanuts, almonds, and walnuts. Your snack is ready. 

Pro Tip- This recipe works wonderfully with other fruits that pair well with chocolate as well. 

Seashell Painting 

If you are going to visit the beach with your kids soon, then I highly recommend asking them to find and collect as many different seashells 🐚as they possibly can. When you are home, wash the seashell and ask your child to paint the seashells. 

Donut Apples 

I don’t know about you, but feeding my children fruits and healthy foods is very difficult. I either have to bribe them with sweets or disguise a healthy snack completely. With this snack, I was able to feed them some fresh fruit and different types of seeds and nuts. 

What you need- 

Fresh apples🍏, peanut butter, almond butter, flaked almonds, crushed peanuts, dark chocolate chips, crushed kiwi fruit, frozen crushed bananas🍌, pumpkin and melon seeds, and honey. 


  • Use an apple core to remove the core of a couple of apples🍏. 
  • Slice the apples in the shape of donuts🍩. 
  • I like to spread peanut butter on half of the apple slices and almond butter on the other half. 
  • On the apple slices with almond butter, I like to sprinkle dark chocolate chips, flaked almonds, and pumpkin and melon seeds. Using a brush, spread some honey on top. 
  • On the apple slices with peanut butter, sprinkle some crushed frozen kiwi fruit and bananas, dark chocolate, and crushed peanuts. 

Orange Sunshine Snack 

Orange Sunshine Snack

Pump up your child for their first day of school with this adorable and healthy snack. 

What you need- 

Pretzel sticks, orange🍊 slices, and raisins. 


  • Cut the orange into half-inch round slices. 
  • Using the raisins, make a smiley face. 
  • Place the pretzel sticks around the orange🍊 slice like the rays of the sun. 

Pro Tip- You can also make a hearty breakfast with oatmeal, pancakes🥞, and waffles and use fruit slices to decorate them. 

Skittles Rainbow Experiment 

My preschooler is currently obsessed with rainbows🌈 and was so excited about this activity. 

What you need- 

Skittles, room temperature water🌊, clear cups, and a coffee stirrer. 


  • Ask your kid to sort the Skittles into different colors and put them in different plastic cups. 
  • Now, cover the Skittles with room-temperature water. 
  • They will soon start to observe that the water strips the candy off of its color, and the candy starts to float to the top while the sugar settles to the bottom. 
  • After removing the candies from the cup, my preschooler and I had a taste test and learned that the sugar coating provides flavor to the candy. 

Veggie Dip 

Veggie Dip

To motivate my kids to eat their veggies🥦, I have to come up with creative ideas every week. This recipe is one of them. This snack is a great way to ensure that your children are meeting their daily fiber, carbohydrate, and protein requirements. 

What you need- 

Greek yogurt, lemon juice, salt, parsley, garlic powder, bell pepper (orange, red, and green), cucumber🥒, cherry tomatoes, and pita chips. 


  • To make the dip, in a mixing bowl, add a cup of Greek yogurt, a teaspoon of lemon juice, a pinch of salt, and chopped parsley. Mix well. You can add a splash of milk to reach the desired consistency. 
  • Cut the veggies lengthwise and serve alongside the dip and pita chips. 

Pro Tip- You can add more veggies like broccoli, sweet corn🌽, and carrots to this snack as well. 

Visit a Water Park 

There is no better time than August to visit a water🤽 park. End your child’s summer vacation with a splash by taking them on a surprise trip to a water park🤽.

Even though the park was very crowded, my kids certainly enjoyed their time (they were also super tired afterward). 

Pro Tip- If it is possible, I recommend buying tickets beforehand because water parks🤽 in August tend to be very busy. 

Play Dough Self-Portrait 

Play Dough Self-Portrait

Encourage your child to make a self-portrait before they start school using play dough. I encouraged my kid to draw a portrait with a pencil first and then trace it with play dough. 

Put on a Choreographed Show 

My children are really into dancing🕺. Therefore, one evening, I challenged them to create a unique choreography and put on a show within an hour.

We all had so much fun, and the kids were so proud that they practiced it repeatedly and even performed it for their grandmother. 

Pro Tip- You can also encourage your children to write their own play and perform it for the family. 

Raspberry Quinoa Smoothie 

Raspberry Quinoa Smoothie

Smoothies are a great way to sneakily feed my children healthy foods under the guise of a treat. With this smoothie, my kids will eat quinoa and Greek yogurt, which are excellent sources of protein and probiotics, respectively. Quinoa is also rich in fiber, iron, and potassium. 

What you need- 

Quinoa, ice cubes🧊, raspberries, milk, vanilla extract, and Greek yogurt. 


  • Cook the quinoa and let it cool. 
  • Add a cup of quinoa to the blender, along with ice cubes🧊, a cup of milk, two drops of vanilla extract, 4 cups of raspberries, and 2 cups of Greek yogurt. 

Pro Tip- You can add flax seeds and chia seeds as well, along with other fruits. 

Glitter Slime Bubbles 

My kids love playing with slime. 

What you need- 

Glitter🌟 glue, contact solution, and baking soda. 


  • In a large mixing bowl, mix glitter glue, baking soda, and contact solution. 
  • Knead the slime until the desired consistency is reached. 
  • To make a slime bubble, roll a small piece of slime into a ball and poke a hole in it using a straw. 
  • Blow through the straw to expand the slime. 

Have a Picnic at the Local Park 

Have A Picnic At The Local Park

Take your kids and their friends (with their parents) to the local park. Picnics are a fun group activity that will surely leave your child exhausted. 

Homemade Granola Bars 

Granola bars are a great on-the-go breakfast option as well as a great afternoon snack. Granola bars are extremely fulfilling, healthy, and delicious. 

What you need- 

Rolled oats, salted nuts, salted pretzel🥨, honey, butter, salt, cranberries, chocolate chips, pecans, brown sugar, and M&Ms. 


  • To make granola bars kid-friendly, mix rolled oats, crushed salted nuts, crushed salted pretzels🥨, cranberries, chocolate chips, and M&Ms in a large bowl. 
  • In a saucepan on medium heat, caramelize brown sugar and honey with butter. 
  • Let the sugar cool down slightly and add to the dry mix. Mix well and press it evenly in a baking tray. Refrigerate to set and cut into small pieces. 

Pro Tip- You can make your own granola recipe. I like to add peanut 🥜butter, sunflower seeds, and shredded coconut🥥 as well. 

Number Rocks 

Number rocks are a great and easy way to make math more fun. 

What you need- Small stones and paint pens. 


  • Using the paint pen, write the number on each rock. 
  • You can also write mathematical operations (+, -, %) to help your child work on their math problems. 
  • I found these rocks very useful while I was trying to help my kids with multiplication, addition, subtraction, and even fractions. 

Key Lime Energy Bites 

If you are on the run with your kids and need an energy boost, then this is a great snack. 

What you need- 

Cashews, coconut🥥 flakes, banana, coconut cream, lime, dates, and avocado. 


  • In a food processor, add 10 to 13 dates (without pits), a quarter of a cup of coconut flakes, and half a cup of cashews and blend. 
  • To make the lime filling, add the juice of three limes and the zest of two of them, add a third of a cup of banana🍌, and a third of a cup of coconut cream, along with a whole avocado, into a food processor. Pour the mixture into a bowl and put it in the freezer. 
  • While the lime mixture is in the freezer, use a rolling pin to roll the date mixture on parchment paper. Cut the date mixture into small circles using a cookie cutter. 
  • Roll the lime🍋 filling into small balls and encase them in the date circles. Place the balls back in the freezer to set. Remove the lime balls from the freezer before serving. 

Alphabet Coloring Activity For Preschoolers 

This coloring activity is perfect for teaching children about objects and the colors they are associated with. Plus, coloring pages help strengthen your child’s motor skills, stimulate their creativity, and help improve their color awareness and hand-to-eye👀 coordination.

I recommend printing a template from the internet or making your own template of objects that have the same color. 

For instance, the page dedicated to the color yellow will have the sun, sunflower🌻, and school bus on the page, whereas the page dedicated to green will have leaves, grass, grasshopper, and a turtle. 

Sweet Potato Fries Snack For Children 

Sweet Potato Fries Snack For Children

Sweet potatoes are super healthy and are full of fiber and several important vitamins and minerals. My kids love fries, so I had to make them sweet potato🍠 fries (which they really enjoyed). 


  • To make sweet potato fries, slice the sweet potato🍠 into sticks and toss the potatoes in olive oil and garlic powder.
  • Either air fry them or bake them in the oven until they are crispy. Sprinkle salt🧂 while still hot and serve. 

Build a Fort 

If it rains heavily during August, where you live, then keep your child busy by building an indoor fort with pillows, blankets, and cardboard boxes. 

My kids built their fort in their room and like to go inside the fort to read books and watch cartoons. 

Hummus and Veggies 

My kids are big fans of hummus. And hummus is a great way to feed them vegetables. You can either serve them hummus with raw vegetables (carrots🥕, broccoli🥦, celery, bell peppers, and cucumbers🥒) or roast the vegetables in the oven. I like to serve my kids hummus with both raw and roasted veggies. 

Read Books Aloud 

Read Books Aloud

Encouraging your child to read their books📖 aloud can do wonders for their diction, pronunciation, and reading comprehension. 

Correct them whenever they mispronounce a word, and help them whenever they get stuck on a word. It also helps them stay focused and engaged with the book, whether it is fiction or nonfiction. 

Experiment with New Hairstyles 

You can encourage your kids to use their time at home from school to experiment with new hairstyles💇. 

For instance, my kids wanted to try non-permanent hair colors. If your kids have long hair, teach them how to braid their hair. 

Boiled Eggs on a Bagel 

Eggs🥚are a fabulous source of protein, vitamin D, iron, and vitamin B6. Bagels are also a surprisingly dietary fiber, iron, magnesium, and protein. Boiled eggs on bagels🥯 is an extremely fulfilling and nutritious breakfast for children and is perfect for their first day back to school. 

Pro Tip- You can also add other healthy toppings to the bagel, like some type of meat or broccoli🥦. 

Have a Movie Marathon 

Have A Movie Marathon

For the majority of my kids’ summer vacation, we made it a ritual to wind down with a movie and popcorn🍿. During the vacation, my kids don’t have strict bedtime🛌 so I took it as an opportunity to show them movies from my childhood and beyond. 

Pro Tip- Pick movies that suit your child’s maturity level. 

French Toast Sticks 

This is one of my children’s favorite snacks. 

What you need- 

Thick bread, eggs🥚, vanilla extract, milk, and an air fryer. 


  • Slice the bread into wide strips and place them in a shallow pan. 
  • In a large mixing bowl, whisk a quarter of a cup of milk🥛, a large egg, and a teaspoon of vanilla extract. 
  • Pour the liquid on the breadsticks and let the sticks soak in the liquid for at least 10 minutes. 
  • Place the bread strips into the air fryer tray, which has been preheated at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for 10 minutes. 
  • Let the strips cook for 6 to 7 minutes, and flip them halfway through to ensure the sticks are golden brown on both sides. 
  • Serve the bread🍞 strips with maple syrup and fresh fruit. 

Pro Tip- If you want to make savory French toast, then replace the vanilla extract with salt and pepper. And if you don’t have an air fryer, then cook the sticks in a frying pan. 

Teach Your Child Card Games 

Did you know that playing card♣️ games can improve your child’s observation skills, teach them about developing strategies, help them identify number sequences, and even improve their dexterity? 

During the summer vacations, I taught my kids how to play ‘Crazy Eights,’ ‘War,’ and ‘Rummy.’ I definitely noticed that my kids were more confident with their math homework after playing cards with them regularly. 

Fruit Popsicles 

Fruit Popsicles

My kids not only enjoyed eating this refreshing treat but also learned how to make them on their own. 

What you need- 

Strawberries🍓, mango, kiwi🥝, watermelon, lime🍋 juice, sugar, popsicle molds, popsicle sticks, and water. 

Steps (the same steps are to be followed for each fruit)- 

  • In a blender, add the juice of a whole lemon, a cup of water, a cup of chopped fruit, and sugar to taste. Blend until the fruit mixture is smooth. 
  • Pour the fruit sludge into the molds with the popsicle sticks and freeze. 

Attend a Child-friendly Concert 

Look up concerts or musical🎵 performances that are taking place in your city that are kid-friendly and attend them with your child. It is never too late to teach your child the proper etiquette at a concert. My kids loved the performance and overall enjoyed being outside. 

Pro Tip- If there are no concerts, then you should consider taking your kids to the local theatre for a play. 

Mug Pizza 

I have noticed that whenever I involve my kids while preparing a meal, they really enjoy the food and oftentimes even clear their plates. This is an easy recipe that even your kids can make on their own. 

What you need- 

Store-bought pizza🍕 dough, marinara sauce, diced veggies (bell peppers, corn, broccoli, and mushrooms🍄), and shredded mozzarella and cheddar cheese. 


  • Prepare the pizza dough according to the instructions given on the package and cut it into a square that will fit the bowl or mug used to make the pizza. 
  • Spread the marinara sauce on the dough and cover the dough with shredded cheese. Top it off with diced vegetables. 
  • Microwave the pizza until the dough has cooked through and the cheese🧀 appears melted. 

Pro Tip- You can use the same technique with store-bought gluten-free pizza dough as well. 

Story Writing Competition 

Encourage your kids to create a unique story and tell it with pictures and words. You’ll be amazed at their creativity.

My son, who loves comic books, decided to create his own superhero and is committed to writing and illustrating a series. 

Chicken Nachos 

This nacho recipe is perfect for a movie night with the kids. 

What you need- 

Tortilla chips, shredded chicken🍗, shredded cheddar cheese, drained pinto beans, diced tomatoes and onions, and chopped coriander. 


  • In an iron skillet, add the tortilla chips. 
  • Top it off with shredded cheese, beans, and shredded cheese again. Put the skillet in the oven until the cheese🧀 has melted and is stretchy. 
  • Top it off with some tortilla chips, shredded chicken, diced tomatoes🍅, onions, and some cheese. Garnish with coriander and serve while the cheese is still melty. 


As the summer comes to a close and your kids return to school🏫, August can be a month full of excitement and sometimes even anxiety. With these activities and snacks, your kids will have a memorable summer filled with excitement, fun, and delicious snacks. 

Hopefully, your kids will have a lot of fun taking part in these activities as my children🧒 did. Don’t forget to sound off in the comments down below what your favorite activities and snacks were. 

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