Summer vacation is almost here! For anyone with kids or looking after young people this summer, the sense of dread thinking of how to fill all of those empty days can seem overwhelming at first.
Whether you’re planning a big trip and are unsure what to do, or you’re looking for some fun “staycation” activities to enjoy with the whole family, Peek is here to inspire. Check out some of our top picks for memorable days out that will help kick that vacation boredom and make this summer one remember for the whole family.
A new trend has been exploding across the U.S. in the last
The kids get their fix of cat cuddles, you get your fix of caffeine. Admit it, that sounds more fun than the usual coffee run to you too…
Did your kids’ ears just prick up? Yep, thought so. If you want to give your regular pizza night an upgrade this summer why not try turning pizza into a whole family event with a pizza-making class? A kid-friendly cooking class is a perfect way to teach them some new skills, have fun and, uh, eat pizza, duh! A pizza-oriented cooking class lets kids learn about all things pizza from the experts, and also saves you on doing the dishes afterward!
That’s right, sloths. Forget your regular trip to the zoo — this year, it’s all about having a close encounter with some of the happiest, sleepiest animals on the planet. Sloth encounters are all the rage right
Stay with us on this one, because this activity is seriously going to blow your mind. One of the craziest trends in fun things to do we’ve found here at Peek is bubble soccer, also known as bubble ball or zorb soccer. Basically, it’s just like normal soccer. Oh, except you’re half-encased in a giant inflatable bubble. Yep. Get ready for some extreme bumping and tumbling.
This activity is perfect for all ages, so why not get a group of families together, rent some bubble balls and host your very own bubble soccer match in your local park? Either that or visit a bubble soccer company like this one that comes complete with bubbles, referees, sideline coordinators, and goals. Added bonus: this experience will make for great “What I did over the summer” content back at school.