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Find New Ideas for Fun

We know it can be tough to keep kids occupied and having fun when you seem to run out of your own go to tricks of the parenting trade. We've put together some of our favorite ways to keep spirits up and minds stimulated in case you need some ideas! From birthday parties to diversity on the bookshelf, let us help brainstorm your next bit of fun!

10 Ideas for Screen Free Fun

Balancing screen time these days can be challenging. We at Henry Bear's Park understand the importance of screen free activities for childhood development. Here are our top 10 hands-on activities for kids of all ages!

Screen Free Fun Ideas

Top 10 Ideas for Road Trip Fun

Hitting the road this summer for a trip? Have no fear, driving in the car for hours to your destination does not have to be boring! Here are our top 10 fun road trip activities for kids of all ages.

See All Road Trip Ideas

Refresh Your Routine

Being stuck at home can feel like being stuck in a rut with the same routine in the same place every day, so we've created this list of our favorite ways to mix up the routine and stave off the quarantine blues!

Top 10 Home Birthday Ideas

It's no fun to have to cancel your big birthday party, but there's no reason an at-home birthday celebration can't be just as fun and special! Here are our top 10 suggestions for making the day a blast instead of a bust!

Stay-at-home Fun Ideas

Here are our top 10 suggestions for fun things to do when school is out and kids are in!

Top 10 Ideas for Outdoor Fun

Now that the weather is getting nicer, it's getting even harder to be inside. If you're getting stir crazy from being cooped up in the house all day, we've got you! Here are our top 10 fun outdoor activities for kids of all ages.

Reading for Diversity

Reading at home with children is essential for promoting literacy, reinforcing new vocabulary, and strengthening critical thinking skills and imagination. But children’s books also provide important lessons in self-awareness and empathy, and can be used to introduce diversity into their daily lives.