You bought a new slip ‘n slide, you stocked up on craft supplies and you have a shelf full of books to keep your kids entertained this summer—or so you’d hope. No matter how prepared we are for summer, at some point every parent hears those dreaded two words: I’m bored. Luckily, the internet has an endless supply of entertainment and Families.Google has made it easier than ever for families to find the stuff that’s both enriching and fun. Keep reading to see how three moms are using Google’s Digital Fun resources this summer:

Natasha D’Anna

Natasha’s twins love being creative together, whether it’s doing nail art, reading the same books or exploring crafts on YouTube. Google’s Digital Fun resources make it easy to find ways to be creative as a family, including virtual tours of museums, I Spy games and online coloring books.


Chelsi Eiselstein

Yes, summer just started, but we all know how back to school sneaks up on us. Chelsi is helping her soon-to-be Kindergartener get in the learning mindset this summer with STEM activities from Families.Google, including math tips from Sesame Street and videos about science and space.


Vera Sweeney

Families.Google has digital fun for kids of all ages, which is perfect for Vera—who is always on the lookout for things that her eight year old and thirteen year old can enjoy together. As a fun family bonding activity, Vera’s kids can learn music through Chrome Music Lab or solve a virtual puzzle together!