2. Spring cleaning
It’s no doubt that we all have too much clutter and need to organize our space. Spring is the perfect excuse to find the time to clean out the attic or wash the windows. Open a window to let some fresh air in and get to work. Even if the grandkids aren’t too excited about chores, this is an activity that the whole family can participate in.
3. Play a game
From hopscotch to hula-hooping, get active outside. Exercise is essential to maintaining physical wellbeing and games are an easy way to do that. Younger children and seniors can engage in a friendly game of four-square or cornhole. If it’s a windy day, try flying kites. Scavenger hunts and card games are also great for the whole family.
4. Green thumb
When the leaves on the trees begin to reappear and the flowers start to blossom, it’s a giveaway that Spring is in full effect. Help out mother nature by planting flowers of your own to add some color to your patio. You can also plant a tree or maybe start your own garden with fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Seniors and kids alike will find joy in watching your plants grow.