Summer Fun- Week 2

So last week you went on a hike so how about this week we do something a little more refreshing. After all it is mid June and the sun is super hot! This week we’ll do slip and slip kickball and cool down with frozen Banana Popsicle. Disclaimer at the bottom of the page. This game can be dangerous so play with caution.

What You’ll Need for Slip’n’Slide Kickball 

1 large Rubber Ball

1 large Tarp

2 large Container of Baby Wash

4 Base Markers


Set markers like a baseball diamond. Next to home plate lay the tarp. Get it wet and add baby wash. You can use other kinds of soap but I recommend baby wash because it’s gentle on the skin and eyes.

How to Play

Play like a normal game of kickball. Read the rules here. When going to home base slide using the tarp.

To make it more fun write animals on pieces of paper and distribute at random to each of the players. Each player has to make the animal noise of the animal they were given when sliding into home plate.

Limited Players– If you have a limited number of players make it a competition. Players must kick the ball, slide on the tarp, turn in 3 circles, retrieve their ball, and make it to home plate first.

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Recipe: Banana Popsicle

Banana Popsicles are so yummy; especially in the summer. They are also really easy to make.

What You’ll Need

Wooden or Metal Sticks

Bananas- Peeled

Melting Chocolate of Your Choice

Toppings of Your Choice

Wax Paper

A Cookie Sheet

Directions: Line a cookie sheet with wax paper and set aside. Insert sticks into room temperature bananas. Melt chocolate and dip bananas into chocolate. Dip chocolate covered banana in your toppings. I like to dip mine in nuts or sprinkles. Lay on wax covered cookie sheets and freeze overnight. They’ll be ready to enjoy the next day.


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