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We love to go on adventures in the summer. Adventures at the park, at a festival, at the play ground, at the beach, and even adventures in our own backyard.
Elijah is very into hunting for things and he likes to make everyday an adventure. We love to talk about animals we find outside or different plants. And since Emaline needs to do everything her big brother does, she is quite the little adventurer, too.
I put together this little adventure kit and made a free printable so you and your tiny adventurer can have your own adventure at the park or in your neighborhood.
What you’ll need:
-My Adventure Hunt printable (download it here, for free)
-crayon or pencil (a marker would work too but Emaline isn’t to be trusted with markers.)
-an adventure bag or bucket to collect the fun things you find
-water bottle so you can stay hydrated
Things you could also bring along, but aren’t absolutely necessary : binoculars, a flash light, a container (with holes punched in it) in case you want to examine bugs, sunglasses if it’s a sunny day. Elijah also wanted to bring his tape measure because he’s super into measuring things these days.
After you’ve assembled your adventure kit, head out on your adventure and see what you can find. And don’t forget the sunscreen!
Eli and Emmy loved every second of our adventure hunt around our neighborhood. We found rocks and birds and bunnies–even though bunnies weren’t on our adventure hunt list. They were both talking about our adventure the entire next day, too. It was requested that we go to the park to have another adventure (and Eli also thinks Disney World would be a great place to take an adventure hunt.)
They preferred to pull leaves off a tree rather than find them on the ground.
There are so many things to worry about when my kids are being tiny adventurers: skinned knees, sun burn, bug bites, a certain two year old wandering off after a butterfly…but one thing I don’t have to worry about is sensitive skin problems because I use all® free clear on all of our laundry.
My kids inherited a lot of things from their mama. Not just their goofy grins, hair twirling, and strong eyebrows, but my sensitive skin, too. So many lotions and detergents irritate our skin and give us rashes. That’s why I love all® free clear, it is the #1 detergent recommended by dermatologists, pediatricians, and allergists for sensitive skin.
Not only does all® free clear fight the toughest stains, whiten whites, and brighten colors, but it removes 99% of everyday and seasonal allergens including cat and dog dander, dust mite matter, ragweed, grass, and tree pollen. (all® free clear is not intended to treat or prevent allergies.) Follow the directions on the package for exact usage.
So after a big adventure, at the park or just rolling around in our backyard, I feel confident that washing our clothes in all® free clear detergent, the #1 Sensitive Skin Brand, will keep our clothes looking great and keep our skin free from irritants. My kids are #FreeToBe adventurers and more importantly, they’re free to be kids!
I found all® free clear liquid and all® free clear mighty pacs® at my Target, along the back wall near the pharmacy.
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What kinds of things to your little adventurers do when they’re #FreeToBe kids? Let me know in the comments!