Engage the family to travel or look around the yard to find the objects on their cards.The first camper to find all of the items on their card wins a prize.When it comes to planning a memorable family adventure, nothing can come close to the endless fun that kids have when camping outdoors.Unfortunately for parents, camping trips often involve a lot of hassle, as there is a lot of packing involved, preparing the vehicle and traveling for miles to a crowded and expensive campsite.Camping in your own backyard provides the parents with a great alternative and a fun way to create long-lasting memories, new family traditions, all while saving time and money.Planning a camping trip to the backyard sounds simple.
Create or print out outdoor themed bingo cards from the internet.
Use glue to adhere items to a piece of cardboard or paper.
Use the items to create different animals and creatures using additional supplies such as pipe cleaners, google eyes, pebbles, sticks, pine cones and feathers.
An age appropriate book on birds, insects, plants or animals will surely excite any tiny explorer.
A magnifying glass or binoculars are sure to add an element of fun to your adventure.
Supply the kids with a tent to retreat to with items such as books, stuffed animals and games.