March 26, 2021 at 9:33am | Ann Nguyen

In a world dominated by technology, kids are consumed by their phones, tablets, and televisions. Designating limited screen time is becoming tougher and enjoying old school, outdoor playtime has been put on the back burner. So, why not spruce up your own backyard and inspire your children to get outside and away from their screens?
With these backyard upgrades, you can help your kids appreciate the great outdoors. Here are some ideas that will help everyone get outside, enjoy the sunshine and connect with nature.

For kids, there’s almost nothing more fun, or classic, than climbing a tree. And having a hangout in the treetops makes it that much better! Let your kids decorate to their liking, making this their own nature-filled sanctuary space. You can find instructions, materials, and tools to make this a DIY project at your local hardware store, or hire a pro for a more luxurious look.

A staple in almost every suburban backyard, a swing set is a great way to get your kids outside. With endless styles and sizes, it’s easy to find the right one for your family. Some sets include slides, monkey bars, rock climbing walls, and many different styles of swings, like a classic seat, a tire, baby seats, and even specialty seats for two!

On a hot summer day, having a pool to jump in, play in, and cool off is enticing, for kids and adults. With options for underground, above ground, and even temporary pools, anyone can enjoy the luxury of a swim. Host pool parties for your children’s friends and purchase pool toys, like floats, pool noodles, and even basketball for days full of fun in the sun!

Yard Games
Whether you have a large or small yard, you can find fun games to play to get your kids outside. From volleyball to cornhole, Wiffle ball to croquet, there’s a game for everyone, whatever the age or skill level. If you’re planning a BBQ or birthday party, yard games are the perfect addition to your backyard fun!



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