Physical Therapy Services of Tennessee June 2019

JUNE 2019 EastTennessee Physical Therapy News

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FROM THE DESK OF Dr. Smith

CELEBRATE EVERY DAYWITHTHESE ODD JUNE HOLIDAYS

1. Dare Day

14. Monkey

Around Day

2. National

Rocky Road Day

15. Smile

Power Day

3. Repeat Day

16. Fresh

4. HugYour Cat Day

Veggies Day

17. Eat Your

5. World

Vegetables Day

Summer vacation is a wonderful time of year. It gives kids a much-needed break from school and gives families a chance to bond. But three months is a long time, and soon the summer days of limitless possibilities turnmonotonous and boring. Make fun an intentional part of your summer by creating a summer bucket list in three simple steps. R ecipe for a G reat S ummer B uild Y our F amily ’ s S ummer B ucket L ist

Environment Day

18. International Panic Day

6. National

Yo-Yo Day

19. Juneteenth

7. VCR Day

20. Ice Cream Soda Day

8. World

Ocean Day

21. National

9. Donald

Selfie Day

Duck Day

1. HAVE EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILYWRITE DOWN 10THINGS THEYWOULD LIKE TO DOTHIS SUMMER.

22. National Chocolate Eclair Day

10. Ballpoint Pen Day

2. TYPE UP THE LIST OR MAKE A POSTER TO HANG ONTHE FRIDGE.

23. National Pink Day

11. National Corn on the Cob Day 12. National Peanut Butter Cookie Day

3. START CHECKINGTHINGS OFF AND HAVE FUN!

24. Swim a Lap Day

A bucket list is a great way to keep your family from spending the summer in front of the TV. It can also help your kids stay busy. When the dreaded chorus of“I’mbored!”starts, you can point to the list and suggest they check off a few items. Things like“Go camping”will require adult planning, of course, but the kids can turn a dog day of summer into a fun afternoon with“Build a pillow fort”or“Make homemade bubbles.”

25. National

Catfish Day

13. National Weed

Your Garden Day

26. Forgiveness Day

27. Sunglasses Day

Here are a few things to keep inmind to help your family create the ultimate summer bucket list.

28. Paul Bunyan Day

GET THE BALL ROLLING Some kids might instantly know 10 or more things they’d love to do this summer. Others might struggle to fill out their list. Take care to not make suggestions yourself; your kids’ideas should

29. Waffle Iron Day

30. Met eor Day

–Danny

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