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 bubblesopens a new window 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 displayopens a new window with this craft from Get Away Today.


STEM isn't just for the classroom. Learn outdoors with these nighttime experimentsopens a new window from iGameMom.


Lace up those hiking boots and get that flashlight working for this nocturnal scavenger huntopens a new window 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 reflectorsopens a new window 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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