By Frances Beusse and Jennifer Johnson, UGA Alumni Association
Summer is officially here, but it looks a little different than those past. If your traditional summer plans have been canceled, we’ve put together a few UGA-themed activities to enjoy with your kids instead.
Scroll through each section below (swipe on mobile) and have a wonderful summer, Dawgs!
Explore the great outdoors by participating in one of the many scavenger hunts available at the Botanical Gardens of Georgia.
Plant a garden with tips from UGA Extension Office and 4-H.
Grab some chalk and create your best “Go Dawgs,” Super G or Bulldog driveway art.
Get in football shape! UGA Football Director of Strength and Conditioning Scott Sinclair has posted several workouts on Twitter so you can follow along at home.
The Magician’s Hat
For younger readers, check out “The Magician’s Hat” by former UGA football player and Super Bowl champion, Malcolm Mitchell (AB ’15).
In addition to writing children’s books, Malcolm also provides a free summer READCamp for K-12 students through his Share the Magic Foundation.
Enjoy the Arts
At Home Museum
Explore the Georgia Museum of Art at Home. Learn more about glass art and oil abstractions—or find toddler activities like swipe art and more.
Watch Hodgson at Home presented by the UGA School of Music.
Take a Virtual Trip
Learn about Alaskan native culture and traditions by watching 2019 Peabody Nominee Molly of Denali on PBS Kids.
Virtually visit 4-H summer camps supported by UGA and participate in daily activities ranging from environmental education to livestock judging!