Thursday, June 26, 2014

Summer Activities for Adventures in Odyssey Fans

*This is a sponsored post, I have been compensated for my time, but all opinions are my own. 

 Adventures in Odyssey is officially geared towards kids ages 8-12, but my 4 and 7 year olds have been enjoying listening to the episodes at night when they go to bed.

It's just like when I was a kid and it was on the radio... only better!  You're not tied to one very specific time and you can listen even if you don't get great radio reception (like us) because it's streaming to your computer or Apple device.

So the following activities would have required complete supervision from me and since we're packing for a road trip we didn't get to them.  Younger kids can check out Clubhouse Jr for more age appropriate activities. 

Did you know?  Each subscription to the Odyssey Adventure Club includes a subscription to the Clubhouse magazine where these activities originally appeared!

Don't forget, it's only $5 to sign up for your first month and check it all out!


Summer is officially here! Don't let your kids' boredom run rampant. Adventures in Odyssey is here to save the day. Below are some must-try ideas for summer fun! Want even more summer fun? For the month of June, you can join the Odyssey Adventure Club for only $5! More details can be found here.

Summer Activities

As a parent you are probably a big proponent of reading. Encourage your kids to dig into a book or two this summer with Adventures in Odyssey's On Your Marks Summer Reading Challenge. Bonus points if YOU create a reading challenge for yourself as you read along with your kids!

Looking for something hands-on? Create Matthew in 3-D! Invite a few of your kids' friends over for a play date, print off the activity sheet, and let them have at it for the afternoon (with the promise of cookies and lemonade once they've finished constructing Matthew).

Maybe your kids aren't into reading, but they love math. If that's the case, have them solve Eugene's Sudoku!

The laundry needs to be done; the dishes need to be put away. But your kids are begging you to take them out to the zoo. Let them take a whack at Matthew's Decoder in the morning, then make an agreement that if they figure out how to use the decoder, you'll take them on an afternoon adventure. That'll give you the morning to finish up your to-do list!


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