Take a trip to a nearby health wellness center such as the YMCA for a chance to teach your child how you encourage physical activity. This could include running, swimming or participating in other sports. You can find health services such as drug prevention and information on health at the local health and wellness center. 14. Volunteer at Your Community Church Local churches are excellent places for community gatherings or volunteer opportunities, and they also serve as a vital resource for your child or you are involved in religious practices. Volunteering at your community church along with your child could allow them to exercise those social skills while engaging with other children their similar age. Even if your family members aren't an active member, the church offers a variety of opportunities for youth and other opportunities for activities. The activities offered include tutoring, musical practice, and singing retreats. 15. Take a tour of colleges and schools if your child is nearing graduation. Both of you enjoy a wonderful excuse to go on a relaxing holiday. However, you can get valuable information about what schools your child is interested in attending. No matter how old your child is youngor not, you can show them around schools. Private preschools offer many advantages and choices. If you're interested in enrolling your child at a private preschool, middle school or high school, feel free to join them for tours of the various institutions and campus they may be attending! 16. Enjoy an outdoor Movie Projector Night We've all been there. .