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Last week our friends were coming over for a casual dinner, so I asked my son to help set the table.

We cut a few fresh flowers from our yard and he carried out the dishes.

One of my quick and easy go-to salads that are fun for kids to help with is Greek Salad on a Stick (page 77 in my book).

Light and tasty.

If you’re already making kabobs for your summer dinner party, continue on with the “bamboo skewers” to make salad on a stick, too!

Other jobs that I give my kids to help with summer entertaining are:
Setting the table
Different jobs in preparing the food
Filling the citronella containers
Stocking the drinks
Picking the strawberries
Cleaning the pool
Tidying up the pool toys or outside toys
Cleaning the outside bathroom

How do you involve your kids with summer entertaining?

If you’ve missed the last 14 days of this series, you can catch up now:

Day 1: Summer Entertaining is About the People
Day 2: When Perfect Robs You of Something Good
Day 3: Who To Invite to Dinner
Day 4: Planning the Menu for Outdoor Entertaining
Day 5: Setting the Table Using What You Have
Day 6: Using One Classic Water Glass
Day 7: Napkin Options for Summer Entertaining
Day 8: When You Feel Like Canceling the Party
Day 9: Leave Your Technology at the Front Door
Day 10: Candles That Enhance Good Conversation
Day 11: Serving Flavored Herb and Fruit Water
Day 12: Leafy Greens and a Tiny Bit of Agave
Day 13: Keeping Nut and Fruits and Cheeses on Hand for Easy Appetizers
Day 14: Move Your Table to a Different Space

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30 days of Summer Entertaining