No Sun? Still Fun!

Just because the sun has set, doesn't mean you can't play outside!


Try out this recipe from RV Kids for glowing bubbles and watch your children's faces *light up.* (Thank you, I'll be here all week!)


Grab those holiday lights that have been sitting in storage and hang them up as a volleyball net or a limbo line! For bonus sparkle, put a glowstick into a balloon and bat it back and forth over the net.


Turn your flashlights into a Disney fireworks display with this craft from Get Away Today.


STEM isn't just for the classroom. Learn outdoors with these nighttime experiments from iGameMom.


Lace up those hiking boots and get that flashlight working for this nocturnal scavenger hunt from EDventures with Kids.


Flashlight tag! It's like freeze tag, but if you get caught in the beam of a flashlight, you're out! This can be adapted for hide-and-seek, too.


Take egg hunts to a new level with this idea from Play Create Explore. Instead of eggs, hide reflectors and search for them using flashlights.


What's your favorite nighttime activity to do outside with kids? Let us know in the comments!

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