The web is filled with thousands of amazing blogs. But when you are looking for some amazing ideas for summertime, you want only the best mom blogs. We rounded up some of our favorite mom bloggers who are always sharing awesome new ideas for keeping your kids busy during the summer.
I Heart Nap Time
Jamielyn Nye created the DIY-heaven that is I Heart Nap Time. It’s filled with recipes, crafts and more — perfect for the budget-conscious mama. Better yet, the beautiful projects are perfect for getting creative while the kids are off napping. Good timing, no?
No Time for Flash Cards
No Time for Flash Cards was created by Allison McDonald in 2008 as a site to share her love of teaching and creating enriching activities for kids. The site now has a variety of contributors who write about a breadth of play and learning activities for babies, toddlers and children.
The Long Thread
The Long Thread was created by Ellen Luckett Baker, an Atlanta mom of two who loves homemade items. She’s the author of 1,2,3 Sew and the forthcoming 1,2,3 Quilt. She shares her amazing project ideas, craft round-ups, DIY ideas and much more.
The Chocolate Muffin Tree
Melissa, a mother of one and elementary school art teacher, writes The Chocolate Muffin Tree. What we love about her creations is that she often uses household items and things from nature to craft creative, interesting and fun projects and activities for kids.
The Iowa Farmer’s Wife
Written by an Iowa mother of two, The Iowa Farmer’s Wife is filled with cool DIY projects, good kid-friendly activities and some faith-based ideas too. But one of the coolest features? Insta Meal Mondays, where this mama writes about easy, mom-friendly recipes.
Hands On As We Grow
Jamie, a mom of three, loves hands-on projects with her little boys. She’s the voice and creative force behind Hands On As We Grow. With a new craft or project posting every day, the site is packed with really awesome ideas for play and fun.
Written by Krissy, a former art teacher and mom of three, B-Inspired Mama is a go-to site for all things creative with kids. She shares everything from creative art projects (Krissy has a master’s degree in art education!) to great advice on how to keep kids minds active all summer long.
Favorite projects: 15 Ways to Find Opportunities for Learning in Summer and 6 Summer Literacy Ideas