Well, clearly there are a host of educational activities all over the place. But if the weather's as awful as it has been this week there's sometimes nothing for it but to stay indoors and do your best.
But help - courtesy of LeapFrog - is at hand in a host of ways. We were recently sent the Interactive World Map to try and Charlie has loved it, learning (without knowing it) along the way.
It works with the Leap Reader that we reviewed a while ago. As with the books, you download the software and... Let the little ones go!
Alternatively, why note take a trip to LeapFrog’s Discover Summer Club, an online service that offers parents fun printables, activities and tips to keep your kids active and engaged all summer long?
From creative inspiration, day trip suggestions, life skills lessons, nature by numbers and advice on encouraging your child to read, parents will have plenty of educational ideas to keep their little ones brain ticking.
For those who sign up to the Discover Summer Club (through this link: http://ow.ly/PJTPq), there is a chance to win weekly prizes every week, including Britax car seats and a family break to Center Parcs!