Bestselling Boys' Outdoor Recreation Sweatshirts & Hoodies in 2023
Hanes Comfortblend EcoSmart Full-Zip Kids' Hoodie Sweatshirt Light Blue Medium
JERZEES 996YR - NuBlend Youth Hooded Sweatshirt
- Double-needle coverseaming on neck, armholes and waistband
- Virtually pill-free with a high-stitch density for a smooth printing canvas
- 1x1 ribbed cuffs and waistband
- Concealed seam on cuffs
Rabbit Skins Infant Fleece Long Sleeve Full Zip Hooded Sweatshirt (Navy, 12 Months)
- Soft midweight fleece knit
- Ribbed long sleeve cuffs and ribbed bottom
- Full-zipper front with hand-warming scoop pockets
- White is sewn in 100% cotton thread for tie-dye fun!
- Fit: Toddler Unisex
Under Armour Women's Storm Freshies Jacket, Steel (035)/Quirky Lime, Youth Large
- UA Storm technology repels water without sacrificing breathability
- 100% waterproof & breathable, with fully taped seams
- 5k/5k Rating
- Strategic 100g body80g sleeve insulation keeps you warm where you need it, but removes excess bulk
- Windproof materials & construction shield you from the elements
Expanse ¼ Zip
Scuba Diving Diver Gift More Fun When You Go Deep Hoodie Sweatshirt XL MlGrn
- Get this scuba diving gift for yourself or give to a loved one for a special occasion.
- 50%/50% cotton/poly, no-pill Air Jet Yarn used. Double needle stitching, set in sleeves, double lined hood with dyed to match drawcords. Nice rib knit cuffs and waistband with spandex. Roomy front pocket pouch.
- The design is printed with new age printing technology, direct-to-garment. It is printed with a water-soluble and eco-friendly ink.
- It is cured with a heat treatment process to ensure the color-fastness and lasting durability of the design.
- Authentic ThisWear design printed with pride in the United States. This is not an unauthorized replica/counterfeit item. This is an original inspired design and does not infringe on any rights holders rights. Words used in the title/search terms are not intended to imply they are licensed by any rights holders.
The North Face Big Boys' Logowear Full Zip Hoodie - Bright Cobalt Blue, m
Female Jamaica Rasta Flag Coconut Tree Full Zip Hoodie Sweatshirt Fleece Pullover Hooded Shirts Pocket L
The North Face Big Boys' Logowear Pullover Hoodie - Cosmic Blue, s/7-8
Mens No Problem Llama Poster Full-Zip Hoodie Sweatshirt Fleece Pullover Hooded Shirts Pocket M
The North Face Boy's Logowear Pullover Hoodie Jake Blue Size X-Large
- Boys' durable midweight pullover hoodie
- Ribbed cuffs and waistband
- Kangaroo hand pocket
The North Face Infant Plushee Bear Hoodie - Lil'ac Sachet Pink - 18 Month (Past Season)
- Warm, soft fleece hoodie with bear ears
- Elastic binding on cuffs and hood
- Novelty bear ears on lofty fleece side
- Patch logo on front
Port & Company Boys' Full Zip Hooded Sweatshirt XL Maroon
- PC90YZH 7.8-ounce 50/50 cotton/poly fleece
- Air jet yarn for a soft pill-resistant finish
- Two-ply hood
- No drawcord at hood
- Set-in sleeves
Celebrate Great Outdoors Month on a Budget
A family of 6 creates a fun filled carnival for $20.
We are a military family with four children, so our budget for this celebration was very small. The kids started out by suggesting things like buying a pony, or building a swimming pool. It became clear early in our talk that Mommy was going to have to step up here. We decided to have a homemade, outdoor carnival. This carnival was pulled off with minimal expense and maximum family fun. My goal was to spend as little as possible by using things we had around the house.
I started by creating "The Lollipop Tree". I used a shoe box from the closet and poked about a dozen holes on the top with a pencil. I took some lollipops and colored the bottoms of the sticks on a few of them. After the lollipops were ready, I placed them into the holes in the shoebox. After each child "paid" their ticket, they picked a lollipop. If the end was colored they picked a prize. If the end was not colored, they still walked away happy with a lollipop.
Next, I had my husband cut three holes into a four foot by three foot piece of plywood I found in the garage. A couple of ping pong balls later, we had a ball toss that kept the kids busy for hours. You can also accomplish this game by nailing some empty coffee cans to a board. Another favorite of the kids was our ring toss. The pins were empty 2 liter soda bottles and the rings were shower curtain loops I found in a bathroom drawer.
We have an Autistic child and he is not a big fan of games that require standing or much physical effort. To make sure he was included, I made a simple ball toss in a box. I used a medium, short sided box and put small plastic cups inside. My son just squealed with delight as he sat tossing balls into these cups. According to my 5-year-old son, you have to have a game to knock things down at a carnival. We solved this problem by placing a 2x4 across 2 folding chairs. I placed empty soda cans on top and ta-da; I was a hero in my son's eyes! The kids grabbed a baseball from the garage and proceeded to knock soda cans down, for a prize of course.
The game that seamed the most popular though, was the balloon game. I have a 4x5 cork board in our hallway that I tack all of our important papers too. I removed the corkboard and used tacks to attach inflated balloons to it. I purchased a dart at the dollar store and we were in business.
The kids begged us to add a pie throwing contest to the carnival, but my husband was not so keen on the idea. But, if you are feeling adventuress, a few disposable pie tins and a tub of whipped cream, and you will have some thrilled kids on your hands. In all, our carnival cost us around $20. We spent $3 on a roll of tickets to be used at the games and about $15 at the dollar store on candy and prizes. That $20 gave our kids ours of fun, and made us one of the most popular houses on the street.